Immigration

Humanitarians know that America was founded on “legal” immigration and believe anyone should be allowed to make America their permanent home, but by going through the proper legal procedures to do so.

  • We need to protect our borders to stop “illegal” immigration
  • No welfare for people who are not citizens
  • Birthright citizenship needs to end
  • Punish companies that hire illegal immigrants

The Proposed Immigration Amnesty Law

The proposed immigration amnesty by the current administration would benefit the 12 to 20 million undocumented immigrants and would forgive their acts of illegal immigration, it implicitly forgives other related illegal acts such as driving and working with false documents.

  • Create Secure Borders
  • Improve our Immigration System
  • Bring people out of the shadows
  • Remove Incentives to Enter Illegally

 “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.” President Barack Obama

This current proposal sounds good actually and could provide a realistic way to handle the current problem, but this can not be the way we continue to handle illegal immigration.

Humanitarian Proposed Immigration Law

Every illegal immigrant would have to sign up and get in line to register as a citizen. There would be a 5 – 10 year plan for each immigrant to complete their citizenship course.

  • Improve border security by use of all available technology (Personnel, Drones, Structures, Cameras, etc..)
  • We can not provide welfare for people who are not citizens
  • Birthright citizenship for foreigners needs to end
  • Put in place a system allowing companies to hire immigrants

This is a complicated issue and this can not be solved easily. It’s going to take century’s to solve this problem, but by taking the correct steps today, tomorrow will be a better day.


2 Comments on "Immigration"

  • Dear Laura – Every journey begins with the first step so where do we begin ? Naturally in a perfect world anyone aspiring to be a true blue humanitarian would agree we should all have the right to be free. For now, the Humanitarian Party’s approach is practical. In time I hope we can all work together, expanding our positive forces to unite all countries in the western hemisphere. Let’s take a leadership role to seek agreements between countries on our side of the world & assign the U.S Army core of engineers to build us all a highway from the top of Alaska to the bottom of South America. Under this plan, the new shared borders become the Atlantic & Pacific ocean. The U.S Navy would then be the honored protectors of our shared borders.. Charity begins at home.

  • Laura Bryant says

    True humanitarianism does not discriminate against people no matter where they are from or how they got there. We should provide welfare for anyone that needs it and have a job for them when they sign up … that is humanitarian. I believe in a world with open boarders, which would take more than my lifetime of world peace, however, all of humanity should be able to live and travel where they want, the planet belongs to all of us. Birthright citizenship should be a right and should stay. Yes, put in place a system allowing companies to hire immigrants and illegal immigrants, which will bring these people to the surface and start the process to become legal. Trim line the immigration process … our bureaucracy is ridiculous!

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