Senate Set to Vote on Amendment to Increase Illegal Immigration "What started out in the U.S. Senate as an effort to halt illegal immigration and address the unique situation of a few hundred thousand illegal aliens who entered the country as minors has now devolved into a plan to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens and actually increase illegal immigration into the United States."
New FAIR Study: Resettling Refugees Costs U.S. $1.8 Billion Annually "The resettlement of refugees and asylum seekers in the U.S. costs federal taxpayers approximately $1.8 billion a year, and a staggering $8.8 billion over five years. These expenditures amount to $15,900 per refugee annually, or nearly $80,000 per refugee over their first five years in America - according to a new study released by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)."
State of the Union: Trump Calls for Putting Americans First, But on Immigration It's Still Amnesty First "Just days after Congressional Democrats repudiated the very idea of meaningful immigration enforcement and legal immigration reforms, President Trump used his State of the Union address to reiterate the same proposal, offering too little to the American people and too much to the people who break our laws."
White House Framework to Boldly Fix Immigration is a Bust: Massive Amnesty Plan with Meager Reforms Betrays Campaign Promises "The White House immigration framework offers Americans too little while granting illegal aliens too much to be considered a principled, credible approach to curtailing illegal immigration and reducing massive flows of legal immigration. "
Government Shutdown Imminent as 325 Million Americans are Being Held Hostage by Advocates for 700,000 Illegal Aliens, Charges FAIR “The American government is officially being held hostage by the leadership of the Democratic Party, which is demanding unconditional amnesty for at least 700,000, and perhaps as many as 3.4 million illegal aliens,” charged Dan Stein, president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).
FAIR Applauds Decision by DHS Secretary Nielsen to End Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Salvadorans The decision to end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Salvadorans, effective September 2019, is long overdue and welcome, sending the strongest signal yet that rampant abuse of the TPS program will no longer be accepted by this administration.