I'm wondering why a question like this matters. Do you get extra credit in contemporary American citizenry based on the date of your arrival or DAR membership? I don't often see people who say these kind of things give more credit to the opinions and recommendations of Native Americans based on seniority, so I guess I don't understand why it makes a difference to make points in this case.
It’s very important because most Americans are descendants of immigrants and the laws now make legal immigration too hard and virtually impossible so people have to be “illegal” or claim asylum to get in. Many of My ancestors did go through Ellis island and they were only checked for illness and that’s it! They didn’t apply for any visas as they didn’t exist and there was nothing at all to be worried about except getting sick. Then you wouldn’t be allowed in. So everyone in America should be pro immigrant
Are you sure? Because they had the same plan for Hillary had she won. They were basically already assembling impeachment papers in the weeks leading up to the election.
Exactly. Now, you don't have open borders because you have to apply for something and if your application isn't granted you get send back home or have to stay home.
There is a section about that in the article.
Yes, and they'd still demand asylum with a wall. So, what they need are people who can process them and a system that allows for quickler processing and effective anti-corruption measures for the money that they're sending to Central American countries.
That depends a lot on Central America! All the central American countries governments can’t fight the gangs. The gangs are too powerful. The gangs use the police forces to recruit for the gangs
Wall doesn’t work, sensors don’t work, drones don’t work, infared doesnt work. In fact what the drones are doing now is leading the cbp to the migrants who then turn themselves in to them to demand asylum.
There needs to be like 5000 more judges! That’s a lot. Plus courts just ruled every denied migrant can use federal courts to appeal