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U.S. Immigration Organizations and Resources - Part I of III

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part II of III - 2012

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part III of III - 2012

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part III of IV - 2016 & 2017

 

U. S. Guest Workers Program and Immigration - 2016

 

Build a Guest Workers Program and or comprehensive immigration plan.

 

Trump will have to re consider his immigration solution and if he worked with me, Iíll deliver a Mexican agreement they will pay to secure the boarder, expanding the boarder fence as well.

 

A future President must create a Guest Workers Program better then the present migrant worker program for a Mexican work force, resulting in high costs for farmers that must transport their foreign workers to their farm in New York City, and since the congress canít figure an affective INS policy, pay me and Iíll build one for this nation.

 

Requiring folks to get back ground checks from their embassies in the U. S. or returning to designated Regional Training Facilities along the Mexican and American state boarders is a balance and fair way to interact with a Deportation Force for those willing to enroll in a Workers Guest Program and those that refuse to sign up for a Guest Workers Program , deport them.

 

Heck, for a million dollars a web site could be built interfacing embassies, INS and Home Land Security.

 

A future President must build a boarder fence where possible, as migration of animals, fire access or Indian lands would have gates or no fence. That would require federal and Indian cooperation, surveillance and more boarder guards, allowing ICE to do their job more affectively.

 

A President that will stop catch and release, releasing murders who commit more murders, would go a long way to enforcing boarder security as would changing laws that treat folks from other countries different from Mexico once caught or detained.

 

Drones and more ICE Guards and or convince Mexico to protect the boarder from the $1.00 to $2.00 an hour they will receive from Mexicans in a Guest Workers Program once an international wage is created in conjunction with a $12.00 an hour minimum wage for all Americans, provided those that receive the minimum wage increase no longer be eligible for welfare services would be essential to the success of the program and security of the boarder.

 

The value of 1 to 2 dollars an hour x 5 million Mexicans working in a Guest Workers Program = 5 to 10 million an hour x 8 hours = 40 to 80 million a day x 5 days = 200 to 400 million a week x 4 weeks = 800 million to 1.6 billion a month x 12 months = 9.6 billion to 19.2 billion a year. Plenty of money for Mexico to pay for the wall, build Regional Training Facilities along the boarder inside Mexico and have the Mexican Army protects the boarder. How much would the U. S. spend on 10,000 new boarder agents, while this huge cost would be a new liability, pensions, etc. Drones, Surveillance cameras, doing away with release policies of illegal aliens, a fence where possible, incentives to Indian Tribes to protect the boarder on Indian lands and guarded animal migration port wholes would get the job done with say an increase of two thousand boarder guards. The federal government would also receive hourly funds from folks in the program equal to Mexico and other countries participating. Do this and over night you will see a tone of support from everyone and include the dream act parents in the program as its first clients. Other incentives for those who have over stayed their visa can also be created. My web site clearly points out options.

 

You can raise the minimum wage to $15.00 an hour when the country has at least 4 percent growth in the GNP. There isnít much I agree with Hillary Clinton, but sheís right about $12.00 an hour minimum wage, yet the economy at present should show growth before the minimum wage is raised, which will require economic policies, tax reform and wealth creation other then tariffs with the exception of China, Mexico and Japan, yet a balance approach must be explored, that might include a $15.00 an hour minimum wage and a Guest Workers Program wage of $16.00 an hour. In addition, the EPA could work for FRRD and will no longer be a cabinet member of the executive branch, now a mediator of pollutants for manufacturers and development discussed, while FRRD would be an independent branch of the government answering to over site congressional committees.

 

A comprehensive immigration bill and federal enforcement of laws with penalties for employers employing non U. S. residences out side the Guest Workers Program , that itself is designed to help employers find employees and guestís workers to locate employment would have to be enforced.

 

Beginning with a federally sponsored web site, folks would be able to register, and placed in the Guest Workers Program . Those that are employed would declare their employer while those that are not, would declare a sponsor or find a job or enroll in the Mexican Regional Training Facility and get qualified for a job and employment in America. Those that have over stayed there visa in countries other then Mexico can go to their countries Regional Training Facility, possibly an out sourcing of a countries embassy inside the U. S. on property owned by another country in the U. S., to include said Mexican locations 1,000 miles from any bordering state so as not to create hardships do to transportation problems resulting in non compliances. Each country will flip the bill in order to receive a dollar an hour from foreign nationals, creating billions for Mexico annually from Mexicans in the Guest Workers Program , uniting with America to secure the boarder.

 

Working with congressional folks of my choosing, together we could easily build a immigration bill even Obama would sign, and in less then 6-months, provided my task force includes 100 Yeomanís with an Admirals staff ordered to be silent with secrecy crucial to successful submission of said same.

 

Iím a little bit confused why Trump doesnít want to be reasonable in regards to evicting 11 million folks. The diversity that will be created will haunt the Republican Party most likely becoming irrelevant as a party, leaving the liberal socialist democrat party in power forever.

 

Itís only prudent to do something smooth, fair and balanced when you can.

 

Doing away with catch and release and emptying federal jails or detention centers, releasing foreign nationals, tens of thousands of criminals into the streets of U. S. cities must stop and when it does, it will be because federal judges have seen every individual, requiring holding centers until released back to there countries or federal prison for their crime of kidnapping and or capital murder, etc. This alone would reduce foreign national crimes, sending a chilly message to want to be foreign national invaders, be ware; you will be returned immediately upon apprehension at the boarder if no drugs or weapons are involved, and or processed for return if you didnít commit any crime if picked up away from the boarder. Pregnant women immediately returned if anchor babies are an issue and then solicit the congress to revise the constitution through an amendment every governor will sign or the majority, something that never happened when the tax code was created by the congress, declaring anchor babies against the law if this be your goal.

 

Personally, my view reflects those that arrive for the purpose of only having a baby born in America and then return to say China where the child is raised.

 

Trumps emigration plan for evicting folks that are here illegally I could easily accomplish with out evicting anyone, yet folks would go to their countries embassy in America or Regional Training Facilities in Mexico a long the boarder or places in America purchased by other countries, an extension to an embassy.

 

If you donít join the Workers Guest Program when youíre suppose too, baby, the law will evict you and a bounty hunter will locate you, but not apprehend you, reporting to ICE for final apprehension location and if necessary, walk away unless you witness a criminal act. Bounty Hunters must be stealth, like a sniper to get paid. Pistol with laser light and plastic bullets would be the authorized weapon and munitions to stop the criminal must be in the bounty hunters vehicle, to be used only if a crime is being committed, witnessed by two bounty hunters. Other wise, keep your glock in the car, be licensed to carry and donít let the target see you bone head. If your so sloppy youíre spotted and your target has a weapon they use against you, then shoot them with a plastic bullet but not the head dummy, unless they use a machine gun. Remember the goal is to spot and report the location not apprehend unless you were granted a special bounty hunter license by ICE that gives you ICE type authority.

 

This would be seen as a humanitarian act. However, enforcement of U. S. Workers Guest Program dodgers will be deported with an advance cost to the government of $10,000.00 if apprehended by special bounty hunters or $2,000.00 for reporting the location provided the bounty hunter stays with the individual stealthily and or the reported location is the individualís residence, requiring only a phone call.

 

Yet you must be a licensed bounty hunter with a id no. in order to report anyone.

 

Enrollment into the Workers Guest Program is very easy; working with embassies, portable consultants created on open land owned by a country that has an embassy in America makes it possible to bridge between INS, Homeland Security, FBI and CIA.

 

American Modular Systems, Inc., Manteca, California could quickly build trailers utilized as an extension to an embassy, heck, I guess I could or my father could build them as well, but we would have to build a factory.

 

Yet a contractor could erect a pole building quickly. Bottom line, Mexico will have the most consultants and could even be portable trailer units in the United States in order to evict everyone for hours each day, for back ground checks prior to enrollment into the Guest Workers Program , but once you get your beginning back ground check letter from your embassy you can join the Workers Guest Program making it the responsibility of each country to conclude an individuals back ground investigation within 6-months to a year.

 

Accompanied with this program, all applicants applying legally for immigration status would be expedited.

 

Applicants offered 5 year U. S. Guest Workers Program participation, followed with a ten year resident card, then citizenship test and or return back to the Guest Workers Program, not a ten year resident card renewal.

 

Fine for entering illegally would be twice the fees charged by INS for the equal path way to citizenship and a one time $1,000.00 fine allowed to be paid at $25.00 a month. There would be annual fees for your identification cards, paper work and applications printed off the internet in the web site provided for universal use just like the INS has accommodating the requirements to enroll.

 

Once you enroll, youíre a participant as long as your visit to your country, consult or embassy provides you with a final or beginning background investigation letter and those that go to the Mexico Training Facilities a long the southern boarder inside Mexico will return with a final letter, training and placed in a data base for employers to select individuals based on their level of skilled trades or university level degrees in all professions.

 

Those that canít pay the fees for filing and entering the program can finance the debt in five years as well.

 

If you have felonies that you served federal prison for and you were released, you can join and if your one of those Obama released early or avoided federal trial or deportation hearings as a result of a Presidential order to be released, and youíre still in America, you can join to, provided you can pass your countries background check. In other words, if you stopped being a criminal and have a job, and your crime wasnít child endangerment, gun running, drug running, kidnapping, rape, theft when person was murdered, terrorism or espionage, you can apply.

 

Exemptions would not be for those who commit a crime addressed by local or state jurisdiction, as a result of your actions causing great harm to its victim or victims.

 

Those criminals that continue on the path of crime, law enforcement will collect you and they wonít be using plastic bullets, they will be federal marshals, ICE or special ICE type bounty hunters.

 

Work with the Governor of Arizona to regain 75 miles of the states boarder.

 

Make a deal with Mexico, to jointly secure our boarders (My Guest program would do the job as 6 million rounded up and released back to Mexico and other countries would be enough to cause severe differences between Mexico and America).

 

Mexico can pay for the fence along the boarder through guest program revenue their government will earn at a $1.00 an hour for Mexico federal taxes and social security benefits for a Mexican in the Guest program.

 

If only those in power could see others could contribute as well, or at least consider alternate ideas so much could be accomplished.

 

If I can build a Guest Workers Program, working with folks in the House, delivered in six months, something Obama would sign, then why canít the congress get it done?

 

Itís about a utopia created by Obama that doesnít meet the test of unification and economic growth and the difficult path to re unite a country that has lost sense of its roots, searching for an Obama type utopia that illuminates socialism front and center into the political sphere.

 

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - 2016 & 2017

 

Trump Opponents Protesting in anger, while representation of the truth is of no importance - changed to -

Trump Opponents Protesting In Anger, While Truth Of INS Policy Not Relevant - Comments

http://rleeermey.org/viewtopic.php?p=238550

Bruce Wayne Henion
November 17, 2016

 

Trump Opponents Protesting in anger, while representation of the truth is of no importance - changed to - while truth of INS Policy not relevant

 

Bruce Wayne Henion

November 17, 2016

 

There are those that are so blind, they just can't see the future of America in Trumps very capable hands, mainly because Obama has said in the past, as other GOP Leaders, that Trump was not qualified or fit to be President. So for Trump to reach out, to heal and unite our country, by letting the past be just that, the past, impressing me so greatly, that I believe Trump will go down in history as possibly the greatest President in our countries history, with possibly the exception of George Washington who served his office with distinction, reluctantly I might add, as he was happy to just stay on his plantation at the end of our war of independence. The Henionsí were there, feeding his army at least once from a Henion farm.

 

It's the agenda of liberal news out lets that has gone south and Sound Bites Obama continually spouts, even over seas. On one hand, Obama exclaims it's now his goal to help Trump's transition team succeed, yet he can't stop throwing jabs at Trump. You can't regulate free speech but you can stay informed, and in formed folks know Snoop and the liberal media have one goal, mis direction, and over all, to create an atmosphere of dis trust of their opponents. Mr. Trump knows this to be true, so he fought them with all his might. He took the Democrats, now a party of liberal, progressive socialist and the liberal dis honest media by surprise.

 

I wonder how many anti Trump protestors actually voted for Clinton. The host of Water World often goes to colleges and universities and few students even knew who is in charge of our government, yet students want sanctuary colleges and universities. Well the buck stops at congress and Trumpís Desk, so Iím thinking federal revenue could be with held for cities, colleges and universities. I guess Trump could do what Obama did, that is to say, bus and fly illegal aliens to sanctuary protected places rather then deport criminals. Of course he would not do that, so until Trump announces his immigration plan past deportation of illegal alien criminals and building a wall a long the boarder, we will see folks scared and up set.

 

Originally on the campaign trail, Trump said he would evict 11 million illegal aliens, but after the cost of doing such a thing, to include the time and amount of Federal Judges needed, Trump changed his mind, siding on the side of logic, yet he will round up illegal aliens who are criminals and detain them for federal court for their crimes, incarnating many once convicted and or deport them, an estimated 2 to 3 million.

 

Trump will also do away with Obamaís illegal executive orders like the one that gave sanctuary to parents and children in the country illegally and or illegal alien parents with Children born in the U. S.

 

Since he changed his mind, announcing only deportation of illegal alien criminals, we have only to hear his plans, which I believe will be in conjunction with congressional over site and laws forth coming in the first one hundred days of his Presidency.

 

Rejection of Trump is egged on by the media and encouraged by Obama, even though know one yet knows Trumps plans.

 

Itís actually in the best interest of liberal, progressive socialist to keep hate and anger alive, because with out chaos, these groups of people have no relevance.

 

I believe there are also paid agitators with a mission to disrupt peace full protest and as well, those who enjoy the opportunity to destroy private and public party.

 

In many places in the U. S. the EPA has regulated areas where you canít burn wood for a warming fire at your own house or farm if itís close to a city, yet protestorsí can burn anything they can get their hands on a public square or street.

 

Some arrests are made if too much destruction of private property occurs like in Portland, Oregon, but not until mass destruction of cars or businesses take place, which sends a message itís ok to express your anger destructively

 

An effective immigration plan to ensure folks regain a legal status would go along way to de fuel this anti-American and quite frankly, law less conduct.

 

The value of 1 to 2 dollars an hour x 5 million Mexicans working in a Guest Workers Program = 5 to 10 million an hour x 8 hours = 40 to 80 million a day x 5 days = 200 to 400 million a week x 4 weeks = 800 million to 1.6 billion a month x 12 months = 9.6 billion to 19.2 billion a year. Plenty of money for Mexico to pay for the wall, build Regional Training Facilities along the boarder inside Mexico and have the Mexican Army protects the boarder. How much would the U. S. spend on 10,000 new boarder agents, while this huge cost would be a new liability, pensions, etc. Drones, Surveillance cameras, doing away with release policies of illegal aliens, a fence where possible, incentives to Indian Tribes to protect the boarder on Indian lands and guarded animal migration port wholes would get the job done with say an increase of two thousand boarder guards. The federal government would also receive hourly funds from folks in the program equal to Mexico and other countries participating. Do this and over night you will see a tone of support from everyone and include the dream act parents in the program as its first clients. Other incentives for those who have over stayed their visa can also be created. My web site clearly points out options.

 

Well, invasion or not, their here and our government must deal with this crisis.

 

We can either come up with solutions that hopefully don't involve giving away citizenship to 11 million, while millions have waited for years to enter the U. S. legally.

 

Mass deportation is not possible economically nor seen as humanitarian by half the country.

 

I favor a solution that doesn't cost our government and creates wealth for America and other countries as well.

 

Amnesty only creates more voters for Democrats and the DNC knows it as the GOP does.

 

Heck, maybe illegal aliens can just marry all us lonely hearts disabled folks.

 

It will be interesting to see Trumps and the GOP's solution.

 

I'm willing to bet Trump will embrace a Guest Workers Program and create incentives for folks to become legal.

 

The present temporary farm visa program is costing farmers a lot of money and with a $15.00 an hour minimum wage taking hold in America, illegal aliens could net $10.00 an hour after $6.00 in deductions for taxes and services.

 

Guest Workers would not be entitled to welfare services or wood stamps, and an international wage of $16.00 an hour would be enough for all deductions necessary.

 

I speak of a minimum international Guest Workers Program wage of $16.00 an hour, yet employers can pay folks more if they feel the Guest Worker has special skills or talents.

 

President Obama's in put on illegal aliens

 

Ten Ways Immigrants Help Build and Strengthen Our Economy

 

July 12, 2012 at 10:09 AM ET by Jason Furman, Danielle Gray

 

Summary: Our American journey and our success would simply not be possible without the generations of immigrants who have come to our shores from every corner of the globe. It .

 

America is a nation of immigrants. Our American journey and our success would simply not be possible without the generations of immigrants who have come to our shores from every corner of the globe. It is helpful to take a moment to reflect on the important contributions by the generations of immigrants who have helped us build our economy, and made America the economic engine of the world.

 

How do immigrants strengthen the U.S. economy? Below is our top 10 list for ways immigrants help to grow the American economy.

 

1. Immigrants start businesses. According to the Small Business Administration, immigrants are 30 percent more likely to start a business in the United States than non-immigrants, and 18 percent of all small business owners in the United States are immigrants.

 

2. Immigrant-owned businesses create jobs for American workers. According to the Fiscal Policy Institute, small businesses owned by immigrants employed an estimated 4.7 million people in 2007, and according to the latest estimates, these small businesses generated more than $776 billion annually.

 

3. Immigrants are also more likely to create their own jobs. According the U.S. Department of Labor, 7.5 percent of the foreign born are self-employed compared to 6.6 percent among the native-born.

 

4. Immigrants develop cutting-edge technologies and companies.† According to the National Venture Capital Association, immigrants have started 25 percent of public U.S. companies that were backed by venture capital investors. This list includes Google, eBay, Yahoo!, Sun Microsystems, and Intel.

 

5. Immigrants are our engineers, scientists, and innovators. According to the Census Bureau, despite making up only 16 percent of the resident population holding a bachelorís degree or higher, immigrants represent 33 percent of engineers, 27 percent of mathematicians, statisticians, and computer scientist, and 24 percent of physical scientists. Additionally, according to the Partnership for a New American Economy, in 2011, foreign-born inventors were credited with contributing to more than 75 percent of patents issued to the top 10 patent-producing universities.

 

6. Immigration boosts earnings for American workers. Increased immigration to the United States has increased the earnings of Americans with more than a high school degree. Between 1990 and 2004, increased immigration was correlated with increasing earnings of Americans by 0.7 percent and is expected to contribute to an increase of 1.8 percent over the long-term, according to a study by the University of California at Davis.

 

7. Immigrants boost demand for local consumer goods. The Immigration Policy Center estimates that the purchasing power of Latinos and Asians, many of whom are immigrants, alone will reach $1.5 trillion and $775 billion, respectively, by 2015.

8. Immigration reform legislation like the DREAM Act reduces the deficit.† According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, under the 2010 House-passed version of the DREAM Act, the federal deficit would be reduced by $2.2 billion over ten years because of increased tax revenues.

 

9. Comprehensive immigration reform would create jobs. Comprehensive immigration reform could support and create up to 900,000 new jobs within three years of reform from the increase in consumer spending, according to the Center for American Progress.

 

10. Comprehensive immigration reform would increase Americaís GDP.The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office found that even under low investment assumptions, comprehensive immigration reform would increase GDP by between 0.8 percent and 1.3 percent from 2012 to 2016.

†As a nation of immigrants, we must remember that generations of immigrants have helped lay the railroads and build our cities, pioneer new industries and fuel our Information Age, from Google to the iPhone.† As President Obama said at a naturalization ceremony held at the White House last week:

 

The lesson of these 236 years is clear Ė immigration makes America stronger.† Immigration makes us more prosperous. And immigration positions America to lead in the 21st century.† And these young men and women are testaments to that. No other nation in the world welcomes so many new arrivals.† No other nation constantly renews itself, refreshes itself with the hopes, and the drive, and the optimism, and the dynamism of each new generation of immigrants. You are all one of the reasons that America is exceptional. Youíre one of the reasons why, even after two centuries, America is always young, always looking to the future, always confident that our greatest days are still to come.

 

We celebrate the contributions of all Americans to building our nation and its economy, including the generations of immigrants.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2012/07/12/ten-ways-immigrants-help-build-and-strengthen-our-economy

 

President Barack Obama, January 29, 2013

 

White House Report: The Economic Benefits of Fixing Our Broken Immigration System

https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/07/10/white-house-report-economic-benefits-fixing-our-broken-immigration-syste

 

Illegal Aliens Taking U.S. Jobs - March 2013

http://www.fairus.org/issue/illegal-aliens-taking-u-s-jobs

 

Immigrants help U.S. economy, study says

 

By Katerina Sokou

Business

June 13, 2013

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/immigrants-help-us-economy-study-says/2013/06/13/187dda4a-d437-11e2-8cbe-1bcbee06f8f8_story.html

 

Is Illegal Immigration Good For Mexico?

Why the open borders lobby is destroying the hope for change south of the border.

June 18, 2013

Nonie Darwish

http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/193700/illegal-immigration-good-mexico-nonie-darwish

 

Download Economics of Commonsense Immigration Reform Fact Sheet (PDF)

White House Report: The Economic Benefits of Fixing Our Broken Immigration System

July 10, 2013

https://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/docs/fact_sheet_the_economic_case_for_commonsense_immigration_reform_from_the_erp_2013_final.pdf

 

Illegal immigrants benefit the U.S. economy

By H. A. Goodman - 04/23/14 09:00 AM EDT

http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/203984-illegal-immigrants-benefit-the-us-economy

 

How do illegal immigrants impact U.S. economy?

John Norris 7:24 a.m. CDT July 27, 2014

http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/money/business/2014/07/27/illegal-immigrants-impact-us-economy/13234585/

 

5 Things to Know About Immigration and the U.S. Economy

by Jacob Passy Aug 13 2014, 8:22 am ET

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/5-things-know-about-immigration-u-s-economy-n179196

 

Immigration and the Economy

 

ďWe are a nation of immigrants, and that means that weíre constantly being replenished with strivers who believe in the American Dream. And it gives us a tremendous advantage over other nations. It makes us entrepreneurial. It continues the promise that here in America, you can make it if you try, regardless of where you come from, regardless of the circumstances of your birth.Ē

 

ó President Obama, November 21, 2014

 

Itís clear that fixing our broken immigration system would boost our economy and help all workers by increasing the worker productivity, creating more jobs, improving wages of all workers, and reducing the deficit. After waiting over 500 days for the House to take action on legislative solutions to fix our broken system, the President took the executive actions that help boost our economy.

 

According to analysis by the Presidentís Council of Economic Advisers (CEA), the Presidentís executive actions on immigration would boost economic output by an estimated 0.4 to 0.9 percent over ten years, corresponding to increases in GDP of $90 billion to $210 billion in 2024.

 

The Presidentís actions will grow the economy by increasing the productivity of all American workers. These actions will increase the productivity of American workers, in part by allowing undocumented workers to come out of the shadows and find jobs that better match their skills and potential. This shift of workers across occupations will also allow more native workers to specialize in the tasks best suited to their abilities. These effects are likely to lead to wage increases for all workers ó immigrants and natives alike. In addition, by encouraging high-skilled immigration, these actions will boost the rate of innovation and patenting in the American economy, further increasing the productivity of the American workforce.

 

The Presidentís actions will increase the size of the American workforce. CEA estimates that the economy will also grow thanks to an expansion of the American labor force by nearly 150,000 people over 10 years as a result of the Presidentís executive actions.

Average wages for all workers, both U.S.-born and immigrant, will increase. Increases in productivity and innovation caused by the Presidentís actions will translate into higher wages for all types of workers. CEA estimates that by 2024 annual wages for native workers will rise 0.3 percent, or approximately $170 in todayís dollars. CEA also estimates that the Presidentís actions would neither increase nor decrease the likelihood of employment for native workers.

 

A bigger economy will reduce the deficit. As the economy grows so do tax revenues, requiring the government to borrow less to finance government operations. This reduced borrowing translates into reduced spending on interest payments by the government, thus reducing overall government spending ó and shrinking the deficit. CEAís estimate of the higher economic growth associated with executive action on immigration would translate into reductions in the Federal deficit by $25 billion in 2024.

 

At the same time, the Presidentís executive actions will expand the countryís tax base by millions of people and billions of dollars. Individuals potentially eligible for deferred action under the Presidentís executive actions are in the country today ó and have been for many years. They provide for their families, just like all American citizens. Many are already in the workforce and contributing federal, state, and local taxes. But roughly two-thirds of them donít pay taxes today. The President is changing that, ensuring that these individuals have the opportunity to apply for a work authorization and pay taxes. By allowing those eligible for deferred action to work in this country, both workers and employers will be able to come out from the shadows and contribute payroll taxes, just like all American citizens.

 

But these actions are just temporary improvements to our immigration system. Only Congress can make legislative changes that can fix our broken immigration system and boost our economy in a more substantial way. Study after study has shown that common-sense immigration reform will strengthen the economy, spur innovation and increase U.S. trade and exports.

 

Fixing our broken immigration system would increase Americaís GDP.

 

A stronger GDP means a better standard of living for Americans.

 

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimated that immigration reform would increase real Gross Domestic Product relative to current law projections by 3.3 percent in 2023 and 5.4 percent in 2033 Ė an increase of roughly $700 billion in 2023 and $1.4 trillion in 2033 in todayís dollars.
 

Immigrant-owned small businesses mean more jobs and a boost in demand for local goods.

 

Immigrants start small businesses.

 

According to the Partnership for a New American Economy, immigrants started 28 percent of all new business in 2011.

 

Immigrant-owned businesses create jobs for American workers.

 

According to the Fiscal Policy Institute, small businesses owned by immigrants employed an estimated 4.7 million people in 2007, and these small businesses generated more than $776 billion in revenue annually.

 

Immigrants boost demand for local consumer goods.

 

According to the 2010 American Community Survey, immigrants earned a total of $1.1 trillion, and the Immigration Policy Center estimates that the purchasing power of Latinos and Asians, many of whom are immigrants, alone will reach $1.5 trillion and $775 billion, respectively, by 2015.

 

More than 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies were founded by immigrants or a child of immigrants. According to the Partnership for a New American Economy these companies employ more than 10 million people worldwide and generate annual revenue of $4.2 trillion.

 

Ensure the next great breakthroughs in technology and medicine are developed in the United States by attracting and retaining the best and brightest students.

 

Immigrants innovate as scientists and engineers.

 

According to the National Survey of College Graduates, immigrants represent 29 percent of scientists. They also represent 50 percent of PhDs working in math and computer science occupations and 57 percent of PhDs working in engineering occupations.

Immigrants develop cutting-edge technologies and companies.

 

According to a paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research, immigration was responsible for one third of the explosive growth in patenting per capita in the 1990s, and these innovations contributed to increasing U.S GDP by 2.4 percent. According to the National Venture Capital Association, immigrants have started 25 percent of public U.S. companies that were backed by venture capital investors. This list includes Google, eBay, Yahoo!, Sun Microsystems, and Intel.

 

Immigrant scientist and engineers positively impact wages.

 

According to a study at the University of California Ė Davis, a 1 percent increase in the share of foreign scientist and engineers in the U.S. workforce would increase the wages of native college-educated workers by 4 to 6 percent, and have no significant effect on the wages and employment of native non-college-educated workers.

 

Fixing our broken immigration system is critical to bilateral trade and U.S. exports.

 

Investments to strengthen the border and facilitate more efficient trade with both Mexico and Canada will strengthen the U.S. economy. Canada and Mexico are our first and third trading partners in the world, respectively, together accounting for nearly one-third of U.S. exports in 2012 and more than $3.1 billion two-way trade per day in 2013. An increase in exports means more jobs right here in the U.S.

 

Fixing our broken immigration system will help increase international travel and tourism to America.

 

Travel and tourism represent the largest service-export industry in the U.S., setting a record $180.7 billion in exports and supporting 8 million jobs in 2013. The economic impact and importance of travel and tourism will continue to grow in the coming years as emerging economies around the world experience an increase in their vacationing middle classes. China, Brazil, and India alone represent approximately 40 percent of the worldís population and by 2017 the number of travelers from those countries is expected to increase by 259 percent, 83 percent, and 47 percent respectively.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/immigration/economy

 

In a U. S. Guest Workers Program, the aforementioned would not all be available.

No U. S. Social Security Benefits as this would be provided by the Guest Workers country of residence/birth;

Unemployment Benefits would be Federal and paid from the tax of the worker;

Federal taxes paid by worker are allocated to the U. S. and residence/birth from the tax of the worker;

Workers Compensation provided by Guest Workers country of residence/birth;

Health, Medical services and Workers Compensation allocated from $2.00 an hour of workers wage;

Education for children in America is paid for by home owners in counties and perishes, with state and federal funding to boot, so a worker in a Guest Program would be able to send their children to school because of Federal U. S. Taxes with held.

My web site goes into more detail and verification from employers to the labor board that no U. S. Citizen will do the job offered would be necessary for all future participants, yet in order to get the ball rolling, a one year suspension of this policy would be in affect.

Sen. Jeff Sessions to be Trumps nominee for the next attorney general, a Chief Opponent Of Federal Hate Crime Law, sends a clear message the direction immigration is headed.

 

Here are six things to know about Sessions:

 

Early Trump fan

 

Sessions is good at making predictions. The Alabama Republican was the first senator to endorse Trump in February, and one of his key aides left to become a senior policy adviser to Trump. But Sessions seemed to be in line with Trump long before, he famously wore a ďMake America Great AgainĒ hat at a Trump rally in August, 2015 and praised Trump for his immigration plan.

 

Alabama U.S. Attorney

 

Sessions was the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Alabama for 12 years (from 1981 to 1993) and then became the state attorney general in 1995 until he entered the Senate in 1997.

 

Judiciary Committee

 

Sessions is a top member on the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Chairman of the subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest. Sessions has been a senator for Alabama since 1997 and the junior United States senator.

 

Failed to be confirmed as a federal judge

 

Sessions was nominated to be a federal judge in 1986, but it was knocked down by the Senate Judiciary Committee over comments he had made that some people deemed racially insensitive. Sessions has adamantly denied the accusations.

 

''Mr. Sessions is a throwback to a shameful era which I know both black and white Americans thought was in our past,Ē Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass. said at the time, according to ABC News. ďIt is inconceivable to me that a person of this attitude is qualified to be a U.S. attorney, let alone a U.S. federal judge. He is, I believe, a disgrace to the Justice Department and he should withdraw his nomination and resign his position.''

 

Immigration hardliner

 

Sessions is known for his tough stance on immigration. He strongly opposed the 2013 immigration bill created by the bipartisan ďGang of Eight,Ē which the Senate passed in 2013. He offered up a series of amendments of his own in an attempt to derail the bill.

 

Ted Cruz ally

 

Sessionsí endorsement of Trump was a major blow to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (who at the time was still in the race).† The two made a fierce team of opposition to the ďGang of Eight ď immigration bill, and are a pair of the most conservative members of Congress. Cruz often touted his alliance with Sessions on the campaign trail.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/11/18/6-things-to-know-jeff-sessions/94070510

 

Note to the Mexican President:

 

Mr. President Enrique PeŮa Nieto, you must consider the cost of handling several million criminals coming your way, the need for Regional Training Facilities and your bottom line. I will help you and the Mexican People and wealth will be created for your country by foreign workers in the U. S., from your Citizens, revenue guaranteed to your government through a Guest Workers Program, if only you embrace the idea.

 

Mr. President Enrique PeŮa Nieto, I'm offering a 19.2 billion dollar a year deal and all you have to do is embrace the idea and we can build its foundation. I'm a naval historian and presently visiting Mexico, spending $75,000.00 a year in your country, traveling back and forth from San Diego, Ca. and Baja so as not to become an illegal alien in your country. I'm residing in a half a million dollar residence along the ocean when I'm in country.

 

Mr. President Enrique PeŮa Nieto, your allowing Haitians by thousands to enter your country now at TJ. You have even offered residence for illegal allies of all nationalities from what's being reported. Are you prepared to receive millions of Mexican Criminals at your boarder in the up coming years?

 

Mr. President Enrique PeŮa Nieto, I employee several Mexican Citizens that contract labor to me and they want a Guest Workers Program. Will you support a Guest Workers Program that nets your government 19.2 billion a year based on 5 million Mexican Citizens working in America?

 

Mr. President Enrique PeŮa Nieto, I have no in site as to what Trump will do in regards to a INS Bill, or for that matter congress, but then again, I know what the American People would accept, that is if my fellow citizens new you would embrace a Guest Workers Program.

 

 

 

EQNEEDF views on Politics, Environment, Energy, Health, National, and Foreign Affairs

U.S. Immigration Organizations and Resources - Part I of III

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part II of III - 2012

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part III of III - 2012

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part III of IV - 2016 & 2017

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part III of IV 

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Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw, A Sailors tale of his Tour of duty in the U.S. Navy (August 1977 to February 1983)

 

A Sailors tale of his Tour of duty in the U.S. Navy (August 1977 to February 1983) - Operation Evening Light and Eagle Claw - (24 April 1980)

 

Book - ISBN NO.

978-1-4276-0454-5

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978-1-329-15473-5

 

Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw (24 April 1980) Iran and Air Arm History (1941 to Present)

 

Operations Evening Light and Eagle Claw (24 April 1980) Iran and Air Arm History (1941 to 2016)

 

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To Be Announced

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978-1-329-19945-3

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA  Vol. I (10 July 1944 to 31 December 1975)

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA Vol. I

(10 July 1944 to 31 December 1975)

 

Book ISBN NO.

To Be Announced

EBook ISBN NO.

978-1-329-54596-0

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. II (1 January 1976 to 25 August 1981)

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. II

(1 January 1976 to 25 August 1981)

 

Book ISBN NO.

To Be Announced

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978-1-329-54790-2

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. III (20 August 1981 to 26 April 1990)

 

USS CORAL SEA CV-42, CVB-43, CVA-43 & CV-43 HISTORY, AND THOSE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS OPERATING WITH CORAL SEA DURING HER TOUR OF SERVICE Vol. III

(20 August 1981 to 26 April 1990)

 

Book ISBN NO.

To Be Announced

EBook ISBN NO.

978-1-329-55111-4

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) History Vol. I (27 December 1982 to 6 May 2003)

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) History Vol. I† (27 December 1982 to 6 May 2003)

 

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978-1-365-73794-7

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) History Vol. II (7 May 2003 to 13 January 2010)

 

USS Abraham Lincoln

(CVN-72) History Vol. II

(7 May 2003 to 13 January 2010)

 

Book - ISBN NO.

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978-1-365-74027-5

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) History Vol. III (14 January 2010 to 31 December 2012)

 

 

USS Abraham Lincoln

(CVN-72) History Vol. III

(14 January 2010 to 31

December 2012)

 

Book - ISBN NO.

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978-1-365-74145-6

 

USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) History of Refueling and Complex Overhaul (RCOH)  (1 January 2013 to 2017)

 

USS Abraham Lincoln

(CVN-72) History of

Refueling and Complex

Overhaul (RCOH)

(1 January 2013 to 2017

Sea Trials) Volume IV

 

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To Be Announced

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978-1-365-74587-4

 

U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER SHIP HISTORY (1920 to 2016)

 

U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER SHIP HISTORY (1920 to 2016)

 

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978-1-4276-0465-1

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978-1-365-25019-4

Library of Congress

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2008901616

(Book Version)

 

U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIERS REDESIGNATED AND OR RECLASSIFIED (1953 to 2016)

 

U. S. AIRCRAFT

CARRIERS

REDESIGNATED

AND OR

RECLASSIFIED

(1953 to 2016)

 

BOOK - ISBN NO.

978-1-4276-0452-1

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Library of Congress

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2008901619

 

ENERGY QUEST AND U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER DEPLOYMENT HISTORY INVESTMENT CAPITAL REQUIRED TO PUBLISH 55 EIGHTH HUNNDRED PAGE BOOKS AND EBOOKS (48 Navy Books)

 

ENERGY QUEST AND U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER DEPLOY. HISTORY INVESTMENT CAPITAL REQUIRED TO PUBLISH 55 EIGHTH HUNNDRED PAGE BOOKS, EBOOKS & CDís

(48 Navy Books)

 

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