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Click here to add IMMIGRATION REFORM to your favoritesProsperous nations such as the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom will always attract immigrants that are in search for a better life. The problem is that many immigrants do not follow the proper immigration channels. The United States has an illegal immigration problem as immigrants enter the country illegally by crossing the border between the United States and Mexico, or they enter legally but overstay their visas. The United States Immigration Reform is specifically targeting the problem of 12 to 20 million undocumented workers in the United States.

About The Immigration Reform

The Immigration Reform is primarily focusing on the number of immigrants, both legal and illegal currently in the United States. Organizations and politicians that use the term “Immigration Reform” to support a decrease in immigrants include: American Immigration Reform, NumbersUSA and Congressman Tom Tancredo. There are also several groups and politicians that support immigration to the United States, including: Senator John McCain, Congressman Chris Cannon and the National Immigration Forum.

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President Obama on Immigration President Barack Obama
"We are not going to ship back 12 million people, we're not going to do it as a practical matter. We would have to take all our law enforcement that we have available and we would have to use it and put people on buses, and rip families apart, and that's not who we are, that's not what America is about. So what I've proposed... is you say we're going to bring these folks out of the shadows. We're going to make them pay a fine, they are going to have to learn English, they are going to have to go to the back of the line...but they will have a pathway to citizenship over the course of 10 years."

The proposed Immigration Reform included the following topics.

Border Security:

  • Increase the protection of our borders
  • Increase the number of border patrol agents
  • Add over 350 miles of fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border
  • Add over 290 miles of vehicle barriers
  • Install additional cameras and radar towers
  • End the “Catch and Release Policy”
  • Increase funding to expand detention centers
  • Work closer with countries to accept their citizens back
  • Denial of visas to recognized crime members
  • Creating directories of crime syndicates from different countries
  • Implement the US-VISIT Exit Requirement System
  • Install biometric exit requirements at all airports and seaports
  • Create a biometric system for land borders to ensure that temporary workers are registered and leave the country before the visa expires

Worksite Enforcements:

  • Issuance of the “No Match” Regulation
  • All workers must hold legal status in the United States
  • The Social Security Administration will send letters to employers explaining the potential liability of hiring illegal employees
  • Reduce the amount of documents accept to verify identity and work eligibility
  • Increase fines for hiring illegal workers
  • Increase investigation of employers who hire illegal workers
  • Federal contractors must use the Federal Electronic Employment Verification System to verify each employee
  • Increase the use of E-Verify to other industries
  • Make E-verify integrated with DMV’s around the country to avoid illegal workers from obtaining job by showing a fake drivers license

Guest Worker Programs:

  • Reform the H-2A Agricultural Seasonal Worker Program
  • Reform the H-2B Program for non-agricultural seasonal workers
  • Extend the TN work visa eligibility to 3 years

Improve the current immigration system:

  • Streamline the background checks conducted by the FBI when required by the USCIS
  • Make sure that illegal aliens do not earn credits toward social security

The Naturalization Process:

  • A revised naturalization test (citizenship test) with focus on the American democracy, U.S. history and what is expected of a U.S. citizen
  • Increased training of immigration coaches that help applicants through the immigration process
  • The development of a web-based learning tool meant to increase the English language skills

Are you interested in receiving updates about the Immigration Reform currently being considered by the United States government? The proposed immigration reform will secure our border and legalize the 12-20 million illegal immigrants currently in the United States.

Have you heard about the ESTA visa application that can be submitted online? The ESTA visa is a travel authorization for visiting the USA for up to 90 days.

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