Approximately 30 countries are refusing to accept the deportations of illegal immigrants who have committed serious crimes in the U.S., according to Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar. While these countries are refusing to accept the deportations of these criminals, the U.S. government is still issuing visas and student visas to citizens of those countries, according to the Texan congressman. There is already a law on the books which allows the U.S. to hold visas from a country that is not taking back its criminals, but according to Cuellar, the U.S. is not enforcing it. “We’re not enforcing it, which is amazing. So now
Comments: Talk about audacity. They sure don´t have any problem taking advantage of the freebies and pushing their undesirables into this country. All funds to each of these countries should be cut off until they take back their filthy criminals! We under no obligation to keep them. The link below (which says 23 countries) identifies them. The second link how much aid is given to every country. The numbers are astonishing! Why are we giving a dime to Iran and Cuba, just to name two??
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Tired of being abused by liberal policies. New Prez, new day...stop all aid, monetary and any other. Actually Pres. Trump could halt all immigration from these nations also regardless of the 9th Circus Clowns for judges.
In one sense it is hard to blame those nations for a bad attitude.
The USA has botched our own immigration laws and border enforcement. We can hardly expect much cooperation or respect from others.
OTOH those nations do have obligations. What are their treaty obligations? Those should be honored. And what of their own laws and/or Constitution?
But the problem will never be completely settled. There will always be some illegals in the USA and some will be convicted of serious crimes.
Perhaps an international penal colony should be created somewhere like the South Georgian Islands. Cooperating nations could park such convicts there until they die or their nation is willing to take them home.
Cut off any foreign aid and access to the United States immediately. Load the immigrants into a cargo plane and dump them out at 30,000 feet without a parachute right over their capital city......works for me.
1) Fully enforce the law on the books which allows the U.S. to hold visas from a country that is not taking back its criminals. Cancel all current visas and expel all of said country´s citizens.
2) Rescind any and all foreign aid to any country that is not taking back its criminals.
3) Any non-immigrant, convicted of a felony (regardless of the severity), whose country will not take back its criminals who have completed their sentence, becomes immediately eligible for the death penalty, no appeals in this country, but allowed one attempt to gain re-entry to their country of citizenship.
This question ~ whether or not they accept back their own criminals ~ hits in three different places:
(1) Banning visas to people in countries with no governments (2) Banning visas to people in countries who won´t accept back criminals (3) Accepting people in those countries to enter under H1B (and other employment permit t ype visas)
One country gets 86% of ALL H1B visas.
It´s called INDIA.
They have a gub´mnt. They refuse to accept back criminals.
Why that´s half the professional (but low paid) staff at Microsoft, Apple, Google, Face Book, and 30 other high tech firms in California ~
Donald had a three pronged promise. He was going to do something about stopping Moslem migrants until we can figure out how to vett them. He promised to send back illegal criminals. And, he promised to look into H1B misuse (although he was a bit cagey about what that last one meant).
Currently, in this one issue ~ shutting down the issuance of visas in non-countries ~ he´s actually working on all three campaign promises.
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