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    NumbersUSA: Trump open to DREAMER amnesty

    Media reports say Trump could help Congress pass an unconditional DREAM Act amnesty

    Fri, Sep 8th
    BREAKING: Rep. Lamar Smith introduced the Legal Workforce Act today. The bill would require all employers to use E-Verify on most new hires within two years -- NumbersUSA's top enforcement priority. The House Judiciary Committee approved the bill in each of the last three Congresses.
    Is Pres. Trump open to the DREAM Act amnesty with nothing in return? That's what some media reports from the last 24 hours suggest.
    Earlier this week, Pres. Trump cut a deal with Democratic leaders, Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Nancy Pelosi, to fund the government for three months, raise the debt-limit, and provide hurricane relief for Texas. According to reports, this newly budding relationship between the president and the two top Democrats could lead to Congress passing a mass amnesty bill.
    According to The Hill:
    Schumer announced on the Senate floor Thursday morning that Trump called him and asked how he could help advance legislation that would protect from deportation an estimated 800,000 immigrants who came to the country illegally as children.
    Schumer urged Trump to put pressure on McConnell and Ryan to bring the Dream Act, which would create a path to legal status for these immigrants, to the floor.
    "He said he wanted to help in the Dream Act, and there are many ways to help," Schumer said.
    Reuters is reporting that Senior White House Advisor Jared Kushner (Pres. Trump's son-in-law) had met with Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) to discuss ways to protect the nearly 800,000 DACA recipients. Sen. Durbin is the top champion for the DREAM Act and recently introduced an updated version with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).
    And Pres. Trump, himself, has been sending out mixed signals.
    Tuesday, he urged Congress to "advance responsible immigration reform that puts American jobs and American security first" shortly after Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the administration would rescind the DACA amnesty.
    But he sent out a Tweet later that day saying that if Congress didn't act on DACA, he would "revisit" the issue. He followed that up with another Tweet on Thursday telling DACA recipients that they have "nothing to worry about." It's been reported that Rep. Pelosi asked Pres. Trump to send out the second Tweet.
    However, not everyone thinks the Trump-Schumer-Pelosi deal is good for Dreamers.
    Amnesty champion Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) says the deal is bad for illegal aliens. Politico is reporting that Gutierrez believes that Rep. Pelosi and Sen. Schumer gave away the Party's leverage on the issue by compromising on three must-pass bills.
    "The bond and trust between the Dreamers and the Democratic Caucus is broken," he said.
    WHITE HOUSE NEEDS TO HEAR FROM YOU
    Many credit Donald Trump's win last November to his positions on immigration, including his opposition to amnesty and support for legal immigration that puts American workers first. We need your help reminding him of these campaign promises!
    Here are three ways you can connect with Pres. Trump:
    1) Call the White House comment line: (202) 456-1111
    2) Send a message using the White House's online email form: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact
    3) Tweet at Pres. Trump: @realDonaldTrump
    Please contact the President in as many ways possible to tell him NO to Amnesty!
    Chris Chmielenski
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    We are asking ALL activists to connect with Pres. Trump and tell him No Amnesty.

    Here are three ways you can connect with Pres. Trump:

    1) Call the White House comment line: (202) 456-1111

    2) Send a message using the White House's online email form: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact

    3) Tweet at Pres. Trump: @realDonaldTrump
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    Cosponsorship of each bill is weighted based on how much it would change the numerical level of immigration over the next 10 years.

    Take a look HERE at the Grade Cards of your U.S. Representative and two U.S. Senators. You may see changes on some of the category grades, and some changes in the overall grade for This Congress.

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    Immigration expansionists like Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake do not seem to have any awareness that the numerical level in current immigration policy has huge consequences for the country's future. The difference between their policy and the RAISE Act would be tens of millions of additional people by 2050 that will need more roads, bridges and all kinds of infrastructure in an increasingly congested America.

    These cards are really effective at events, such as townhalls, to visually show the numbers that make so many Americans passionate about the mission of NumbersUSA and the RAISE Act to reduce total immigration to a level that serves the national interest.

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    Fri, Sep 8th
    Rep. Lamar Smith reintroduced today the Legal Workforce Act, H.R. 3711. The bill would require all employers to use E-Verify within two years, fulfilling NumbersUSA's top enforcement priority.
    Fri, Sep 8th
    The House approved several good immigration amendments to the minibus spending bill that would fund the Department of Homeland Security and several other agencies for FY 18. The immigration amendments to H.R. 3354, the Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act, covered both E-Verify and sanctuary cities.
    Wed, Sep 6th
    During an interview with CBS This Morning, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) called for the passage of his RAISE Act legislation that would end chain migration and the visa lottery and transform the existing employment-based system to a merit-based one. Sen. Cotton was brought on to discuss his reaction to Pres. Trump ending the DACA executive amnesty.
    Roy Beck
    Tue, Sep 5th
    Let's cut through confusion and distortion to see what Pres. Trump's DACA plan would do. There will not be a 6-month delay in ending the amnesty program as some have reported. No applications for renewals will be accepted after Oct. 5, and most young adult illegal aliens will not be able to apply for anything after today. Take a look at the details.
    Tue, Sep 5th
    The Evangelicals for Biblical Immigration (EBI) sent a letter to Pres. Trump and GOP leadership advising them that they believe the Bible does not support open border ideals or should be used to support amnesty programs such as DACA. This letter comes as the Trump administration is finalizing their plan to end Pres. Obama's unconstitutional executive amnesty.
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    Rep. Lamar Smith Introduced Mandatory E-Verify Bill


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    Fri, Sep 8th 2017 @ 11:49 am EDT


    Rep. Lamar Smith reintroduced today the Legal Workforce Act, H.R. 3711. The bill would require all employers to use E-Verify within two years, fulfilling NumbersUSA's top enforcement priority.


    "Nearly 20 million Americans are unemployed or underemployed," Rep. Smith said in a statement.

    "Meanwhile, seven million people are working in the United States illegally. By expanding the E-Verify system to all U.S. employers, this bill will ensure that jobs only go to legal workers."


    "A recent poll showed that 70 percent of voters support legislation that makes it illegal for businesses in the U.S. to hire illegal immigrants."


    While the bill would require all employers to use E-Verify within two years, Ag employers will have 30 months before they have to start using E-Verify for field workers.


    The Legal Workforce Act:


    • Repeals I-9 System: Repeals the current paper-based I-9 system and replaces it with a completely electronic work eligibility check, bringing the process into the 21st century.
    • Gradual Phase-In: Phases-in mandatory E-Verify participation for new hires in six month increments beginning on the date of enactment. Within six months of enactment, businesses having more than 10,000 employees are required to use E-Verify. Within 12 months of enactment, businesses having 500 to 9,999 employees are required to use E-Verify. Eighteen months after enactment, businesses having 20 to 499 employees must use E-Verify. And 24 months after enactment, businesses having 1 to 19 employees must use E-Verify.
    • Agriculture: Requires that employees performing "agricultural labor or services" are only subject to an E-Verify check within 30 months of the date of enactment.
    • States as Partners: Preempts duplicative state laws mandating E-Verify use but retains the ability of states and localities to condition business licenses on the requirement that the employer use E-Verify in good faith under federal law. In addition, the bill allows states to enforce the federal E-Verify requirement and incentives them to do so by letting them keep the fines they recover from employers who violate the law.
    • Protects Against Identity Theft: The bill allows individuals to lock their Social Security number (SSN) so that it can't be used by another person to get a job. It also allows parents or legal guardians to lock the SSN of their minor child. And if a SSN shows unusual multiple use, DHS is required to lock the SSN and alert the owner that their personal information may have been compromised.
    • Safe Harbor: Grants employers safe harbor from prosecution if they use the E-Verify program in good faith, and through no fault of theirs, receive an incorrect eligibility confirmation

    Reps. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) and Ken Calvert (R-Calif.) are original cosponsors.



    Updated: Fri, Sep 8th 2017 @ 2:22pm EDT
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    House Votes on Immigration Amendments to Minibus Spending Bill


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    Fri, Sep 8th 2017 @ 12:29 pm EDT


    The House approved several good immigration amendments to the minibus spending bill that would fund the Department of Homeland Security and several other agencies for FY 18. The immigration amendments to H.R. 3354, the Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act, covered both E-Verify and sanctuary cities.


    Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) introduced several amendments to require each of the federal agencies included in the minibus to use E-Verify for all new hires. The amendments were combined into one and was passed by a voice vote.


    The House also passed Rep. Jason Smith’s (R-Mo.) amendment to withhold Transportation and HUD funding from sanctuary jurisdictions. The amendment passed by a 225-to-195 margin. Rep. Henry Cuellar of Texas was the only Democrat to vote for the amendment. Most Republicans voted in favor of the amendment except:



    Rep. Dan Donovan (N.Y)
    Rep. Pete King (N.Y)
    Rep. Frank LoBiondo (N.J.)
    Rep. George Reichert (Minn.)
    Rep. Scott Taylor (Va.)
    Rep. Pat Tiberi (Ohio)
    Rep. David Valadao (Calif.)
    Rep. Greg Walden (Ore.)



    The House also rejected several amendments that would have cut proposed increases for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.


    Rep. Lou Correa’s amendment to reduce ICE funding by $100,000,000 and increase funding to the Coast Guard by the same amount did not pass. The final vote was 182-to-229, with all Republicans voting against it. Five Democrats also voted against the measure, including:


    Rep. Henry Cuellar (Texas)
    Rep. Stephen Lynch (Mass.)
    Rep. Jerry McNerney (Calif.)
    Rep. Bobby Scott (Va.)
    Rep. Filemon Vela (Texas)

    Rep. Joaquin Castro’s amendment to prohibit ICE from using private detention facilities also failed to pass by a 183-to-230 margin. Three Democrats joined the Republicans in voting down the amendment, including:
    Rep. Henry Cuellar (Texas)
    Rep. Al Lawson (Fla.)
    Rep. Collin Peterson (Minn.)


    The House also defeated Rep. Roybal-Allard’s amendment to reduce ICE funding by $849,500,000 and increase funding to the Coast Guard by the same amount. The measure failed by a 170-to-240 vote. Rep. Don Young of Alaska was the only Republican to vote in favor of the amendment, while 15 Democrats voted against it, including:


    Rep. Ami Bera (Calif.)
    Rep. Cheri Bustos (Ill.)
    Rep. Kathy Castor (Fla.)
    Rep. Jim Cooper (Tenn.)
    Rep. Brian Higgins (N.Y.)
    Rep. Dan Lipinski (Ill.)
    Rep. Dave Loebsack (Iowa)
    Rep. Stephen Lynch (Mass.)
    Rep. Sean Maloney (N.Y.)
    Rep. Tom O’Halleran (Ariz.)
    Rep. Scott Peters (Calif.)
    Rep. Collin Peterson (Minn.)
    Rep. Raul Ruiz (Calif.)
    Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (Ariz.)
    Rep. Thomas Suozzi (N.Y.)

    Rep. Pramila Jayapal’s (D-Wash.) amendment that shifts funding from ICE enforcement to the Office of Inspector General also failed by a 180-to-230 margin. The five Democrats that joined the Republicans in voting against it include:
    Rep. Henry Cuellar (Texas)
    Rep. Dan Lipinski (Ill.)
    Rep. Scott Peters (Calif.)
    Rep. Collin Peterson (Minn.)
    Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (Ariz.)



    Updated: Fri, Sep 8th 2017 @ 12:47pm EDT
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    Sen. Cotton Calls for Passage of RAISE Act


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    Wed, Sep 6th 2017 @ 2:03 pm EDT


    During an interview with CBS This Morning, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) called for the passage of his RAISE Act legislation that would end chain migration and the visa lottery and transform the existing employment-based system to a merit-based one. Sen. Cotton was brought on to discuss his reaction to Pres. Trump ending the DACA executive amnesty.


    Here are some of the excerpts from the interview:


    "Well first, I want to say that President Trump took the right step yesterday, President Obama’s executive order was illegal. He said he didn’t have the authority before he issued it, and he said when he did issue it that it was temporary. That said, President Trump is trying to deal with the situation in the most orderly way possible. He can’t defend that order in court. But he wants Congress to take action. And I’ve talked to him and I’ve said I’m happy to try to help forge some kind of compromise.


    "If we're going to give legal status to these young people in their 20's and 30's, who are here through no fault of their own, we have to recognize that's going to have negative consequences, it’s going to open up a whole new category of people who could get legal status. Namely their parents, who violated the law by bringing them here. And it’s going to encourage other people to bring their children across the border in the future, which is a very dangerous thing to do.


    "So, my legislation, the RAISE Act, would stop unlimited family chain migration, addressing the first problem, and then enhanced enforcement measures would address the second problem. That’s a straightforward and targeted package that doesn’t try to boil the ocean or solve every problem, but solves the problem right in front of us.


    "Congress has tried to pass a big, sweeping immigration bill three times in the last eleven years, it’s failed every time. It’s time we take a different, incremental commonsense approach."
    Watch the full interview at CBSNews.com.



    Updated: Wed, Sep 6th 2017 @ 2:10pm EDT
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    How the end of DACA amnesty will roll out



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    Tue, Sep 5th 2017 @ 3:33 pm EDT by Roy Beck


    I'm already seeing a lot of confusion and some misleading reports on what Pres. Trump did today.


    The following is based on what the Administration has issued publicly and on a briefing we received this morning from the White House.
    There is NOT a 6-month delay on ending the DACA amnesty


    I was extremely concerned when I first heard over the weekend that Pres. Trump was going to end the executive DACA amnesty but only after giving Congress six months to enact a legislative amnesty.


    That would have provided six months for immigration expansionists inside the Administration to delay the end of DACA even further once the deadline approached.
    The reality is not perfect but is far better than advertised.



    1. DACA ends today for anybody wanting to apply for the first time for a work permit or any other benefit.

    2. DACA ends Oct. 5 for anybody wanting to apply for a renewal of a work permit.

    Perhaps the most important thing is that no applications of any kind will be accepted after Oct. 5. For the Administration to be pressured to reverse its decision would require ramping up a whole new bureaucracy that will be closed down soon after Oct. 5.
    Opening up jobs for Americans won't begin in earnest until March


    My top concern about the DACA work-permit amnesty has always been the addition of hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens competing in the legal labor market against struggling American workers and legal immigrants already here. This has created downward pressure on wages and meant that hundreds of thousands of Americans -- particularly Millennials -- do not have jobs at this time.


    Atty Gen. Sessions noted this morning that around 800,000 DACA work permits have been given out since Pres. Obama created them in 2012. Those work permits were for two years but could be continually renewed under Pres. Obama's order.
    We were told this morning that around 690,000 work permits are still in effect due to some recipients not renewing along the way for various reasons.
    That attrition will continue and provide some relief for American workers immediately.


    Here's how the order has been laid out:



    1. PENDING FIRST-TIME DACA APPLICATIONS: Young adult illegal aliens whose first-time applications for a work permit are still pending will be processed despite the end to accepting new applications as of today. (About 33,000 applications are said to be pending.)

    2. DACA WORK PERMITS THAT EXPIRE SEP. 5, 2017 THROUGH MARCH 5, 2018 or which have renewal applications pending right now:

      These illegal aliens will be allowed to renew for one more two-year period. But they will have to apply by Oct. 5, 2017. Many of these are likely to miss the deadline or decide for various reasons not to renew, which will begin to open up jobs as their employers are required to end their employment at the expiration of their work visa. (Presumably, as many as 150,000 to 200,000 illegal aliens might be given this gift of being allowed to renew for one more two-year work permit.)
    3. DACA WORK PERMITS THAT EXPIRE AFTER MARCH 5, 2018: These illegal aliens will not be allowed to apply for renewals for the Oct. 5 deadline. They will be able to hold their jobs -- or even get new jobs -- until the expiration date on their work visa. Perhaps a thousand work visas a day will be expiring starting March 6 and through 2019.

    DON'T LISTEN TO THE SMUGGLERS


    The White House is concerned that smugglers in other countries will entice people to fork over their savings to get to the U.S. before Oct. 5 in order to file for these work permits.


    The fact is that nobody can gain anything under this order unless:


    (a) they filed an initial application before today
    (b) or they already have a work permit
    When the DACA amnesty was created, it created the humanitarian crisis known as the Border Surge in which large numbers of children and youth were enticed to take the dangerous journey to the U.S. under the promise that our government would never require anybody here illegally to ever leave. The Trump announcement today should send the opposite message: There is no pathway for staying if you decide to come here and be an illegal alien.
    THE THREATS BEFORE US


    Huge efforts among the mainstream media, corporate lobbyists, the community of foundations and leaders of both parties in Congress are already underway to pass an amnesty for these DACA recipients. Typically, they do not include any provisions to reduce the harm to vulnerable American workers, or any provisions to keep foreign parents from putting their children into this situation in the future.

    We will keep you alerted to each new challenge with ways to make a difference.
    ROY BECK is President & Founder of NumbersUSA



    Updated: Tue, Sep 5th 2017 @ 7:30pm EDT


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    EBI: 'The Bible Does Not Teach Open Borders'


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    Tue, Sep 5th 2017 @ 10:04 am EDT


    The Evangelicals for Biblical Immigration (EBI) sent a letter to Pres. Trump and GOP leadership advising them that they believe the Bible does not support open border ideals or should be used to support amnesty programs such as DACA. This letter comes as the Trump administration is finalizing their plan to end Pres. Obama’s unconstitutional executive amnesty.


    “While some faith groups use selective Bible words for open borders and amnesty, we consider the whole counsel of scripture,” the letter reads. “We find that the bible does not teach open borders, but wise welcome.”


    Phil Cohn, President of Christ for All Peoples; General William Boykin of the Family Research Council; Maria Espinoza of the Remembrance Project, an organization representing the families of those killed by illegal aliens; author Eric Metaxas; and Christian political advocate Rick Scarborough have all signed the letter.


    “Though there are tragic stories on every side of illegal migration, for our elected officials, responsibility to oaths must prevail,” the letter continues. “In the policy decisions ahead, while treating undocumented people kindly, we ask that you would first and foremost honor often forgotten American citizens whose families have served our nation for many generations.”
    Here's the letter in its entirety:
    Honorable President Trump, Majority Leader McConnell and Speaker Ryan:
    We agree that immigration reform and DACA are difficult subjects. God loves the foreigner. Indeed, God loves us all. It takes time to discern the balance of mercy and justice by which a nation thrives.


    It is easier to speak publically of mercy, as we, and many, do. And, while loving mercy, who will also stand for justice to those citizens who cannot find a job due to cheaper foreign labor? Who will speak of the real cost of illegal immigration to our states? And while many non-citizens are good neighbors, who will stand for justice for Americans victimized by people here illegally who do not uphold our values and laws? And who will prevent more needless crime and death?


    The Church is called to serve all people, and our Government leaders are elected to defend and uphold the Constitution and the rule of law. Though there are tragic stories on every side of illegal migration, for our elected officials, responsibility to oaths must prevail. Law and order sustain stability and peace. A nation of wise rule grows strong enough to sustain care for the vulnerable in our midst.


    While some faith groups use selective Bible words for open borders and amnesty, we consider the whole counsel of Scripture. We find that the Bible does not teach open borders, but wise welcome. We are to welcome the lawful foreigner, who, like a convert, comes as a blessing (eg.s Ruth and Rahab). We also find Nehemiah building walls to protect citizens from harm. In Isaiah 1, we see God condemning the destruction of borders and indigenous culture.


    All lives matter. The lives of North, Central and South Americans matter. The lives of Africans, Asians, Europeans and people from the Middle East matter. In Scripture, we learn that God placed us each in a family, a land, an epic story of creation, the fall and redemption. The Bible envisions a world of beautiful and unique nations, not a stateless “open society” run by global oligarchs. Each of us is called to be a blessing where God has placed us in the world.


    In policy decisions ahead, while treating undocumented people kindly, we ask that you would first and foremost honor often forgotten American citizens whose families have served our nation for many generations, and the patient people who have applied lawfully to come here and to become citizens of the United States. These lives also matter. These people also dream.


    Gratefully Yours,


    David Barton
    Founder, WallBuilders


    Timothy Barton
    President, WallBuilders


    Paul Blair
    President, Reclaiming America for Christ


    Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin (Ret.)
    Executive Vice President, Family Research Council


    Mark Christian M.D.
    Executive Director, Global Faith Institute


    Phil Cohn
    President, Christ for All Peoples


    Steven Deace
    CRTV host and Conservative Review contributor


    Maria Espinoza
    Co-founder & National Director, The Remembrance Project


    Becky Gerritson
    President, Wetumpka TEA Party (AL)
    Founder, Born Free American, LLC

    E.W. Jackson
    Bishop; Founder, Exodus Faith Ministries

    Jerry Johnson, Ph.D
    President, National Religious Broadcasters (NRB)

    Kelly Kullberg
    American Association of Evangelicals (AAE)

    Eric Metaxas, Host of The Eric Metaxas Show
    Samuel Rohrer
    Pastor; President, American Pastors Network (APN)
    Former State Representative, Pennsylvania

    Rick Scarborough, D.Min.
    Founder, Vision America Action

    Aubrey Shines
    Bishop, International Communion of Evangelical Churches
    Pastor, Glory to Glory Ministries, Tampa, Florida


    Elizabeth Yore, Esq.
    International Child Advocate


    John Zmirak, Ph.D
    Journalist; author, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism

    Updated: Thu, Sep 7th 2017 @ 9:02am EDT
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    They have Jesus in Mexico and Central America

    Send them all back! No amnesty!
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