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If you care about the integrity of the US then you will understand the appropriate courses of action to protect our sovereignty. I am not an expert in law nor immigration. If I can find the time I will seek SC rulings & amendments that may rule out or strengthen these ideas:
1. Repeal chain migration laws, visa lotteries, and #DACA (#NODACA) (More details on a quota system can be found in 66 Stat. Chapter 477 Title 2 [public law 414]; I am not sure how to properly cite this repealed section)
2. Create an assimilation committee, comprised of members from various governmental departments (USCIS, DHS, DOS, DOL, Social Security, etc.)
3. The committe will oversee the creation of a mandatory assimilation course in which illegal immigrants will become certified for citizenship (TPS) for 1 year (or 18 months). In the event a significant wait time forms it could be possible to extend the TPS (1 time only).
4. TPS immigrants must go through current or strengthened citizenship processes in that 1 year (or so) period.
5. Limit sponsorship eligibility for green card applications and include an assimilation course in the lawful permanent residency process.
6. All unlawful and non-compliant illegal immigrants will be removed.
7. Establish a realistic federal quota for the intake of illegal immigrants that will allow states to deliberate with each other their own quotas in conjunction with federal standards.
I believe returning to a quota system and amending the Hart-Celler act would give the government more control over immigration.
There also needs to be a focus on enforcing CURRENT laws. Chain migration is only limited to CITIZENS, if I understand correctly [66 Stat. 176; 8 U.S.C. 1151 Sec. 201 (a)]. Please cite correction if I'm wrong.
I am fully aware immigration is far more comprehensive than the proposal laid out here, but I think it's a start on the right track, if it's even feasible.

I do not want to encourage an infringement on Constitutional rights. #AmericaFirst


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"'The decision to end the DACA program appears to rest exclusively on a legal conclusion that the program was unconstitutional,' Garaufis said. 'Because that conclusion was erroneous, the decision to end the DACA program cannot stand.'"

The quote above from U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufi doesn't make sense to me. The program is unconstitutional, how can getting rid of it be illegal?
In 2012 the same judge was accused of bias during a lawsuit involving the FDNY and their hiring process.

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