A Solutional Concept to the Illegal Immigration Issue in America


Background

Proposed Bill - Discussion and Overview

Application

  • The specifics of this proposed bill will apply to all persons who are in the United States illegally (illegals) and to those employers who employ the illegals.

Provisions

  • Control Process (conducted by the applicable state): would include "background checks" conducted for security risk serve as one of the databases for all here without proper legal standing. In addition, random inspections of employers/employees would be conducted to assure compliance with the provisions/penalties of this bill.

Any person(s) not passing the background check or random inspections would be immediately deported at the person’s expense. Should the person not have sufficient funds, the person(s) would be deported at the state’s expense with a bill for such service being supplied to the person(s) originating country.

  • All illegals would be registered by the state in which they are employed. The employer (potential or current) would be required to ensure proper registration before allowing or continuing employment of illegals.

During the registration process the adminstering agency will inquire of the applicant his/her desire to become a permanent USA citizen. For those who elect this option the agency will facilitate the applicant’s (and their family’s) initiation of the normal "apply for citizenship" process.

  • A proportional "fee" (TBD) would be levied on all employers intent on using persons of citizenship other than the USA on a basis specific to each employer. Such "proportional fee" would be based on the number of illegal workers employed and the total "salaries" paid by the specific employer. This fee would be used to fund a state agency whose specific roles would be to match employer needs to alien applicants, process the initiation of background checks, to issue identification and registration cards matching the person (and family) to employer, and the performance by the state of random employer/employee inspections to assure compliance with the provisions/penalties of this bill.
  • An amount (TBD) to be based on number in the family) would be deducted from each worker’s pay to be provided to the community in which they are employed (both state and local) to help offset education and medical care costs. Such deductions would be performed by the employer and all such deductions then are passed on to the specific state/local community involved as applicable.

  • No governmental benefits or funds, directly or indirectly, would be available to those here now illegally and affected by this concept.

  • All employer related expenses would be tax deductible (both state and federal) as with other, current "costs of doing business".

Penalties

    "5-90-1-5" explained:

  • The first failure to comply with this bill would result in a $5,000 fine levied against the employer for each employee found to be employed illegally.

This initial fine is geared toward the person who employs an illegal as, for example, a housekeeper. The fine is not too burdensome on a "one person" basis. However, in the case of a farmer, for example, who hires 100 such persons the fine is considerable.

  • For any failure to comply with the provisions of this bill any/all illegals would be immediately deported at each illegal person’s expense. Should the person not have sufficient funds, the person(s) would be deported at the state’s expense with a bill for such service being supplied to the person(s) originating country.
  • - There is no real expectation that any such country would actually pay the bill. However, from an accounting perspective our Country could show the amount of the bill as an entry in "Accounts Receivable".

  • Further, any illegal found to be associated with, a member of, or offering material support to a violent gang, drug gang, or terrorist network would be immediately designated a terrorist and referred to the DHS for processing per the Patriot Act.

    - Any city or State refusing to turn such person or persons over to the DHS (i.e., "Sanctuary City or State") would result in the applicable, responsible persons being charged with accessory after the fact to terrorism and adjudicated per the Patriot Act.


    As an aside, there is much talk about "border security" and how the US Government isn't up to the task or refuses to step up to the task. You want the border security issue solved? Contract all border security authority and tasks to the IDF - PROBLEM SOLVED! Or, on a more serious note, My Approach.