Sunday, November 12, 2017

Donald Trump's True Immigration Policy: NO E-VERIFY TO KEEP THE HORDES COMING

The Trump Secret Deal with Narcomex:

NO E-VERIFY, NO ENFORCEMENT, NO (real) WALL and NO LEGAL NEED APPLY to keep wages depressed….. but isn’t that the Democrat Party’s amnesty plan in a nutshell???

Swamp Keeper Trump is hiring 70 illegals at his Swamp Palace of Mar Lago. 



Why Mexicans and Others Keep Invading America: No E-Verify

By Frosty Wooldridge

Note that the simplest method to stop endless illegal immigration remains a mandatory: E-Verify Bill. It would force employers to check legal status of every employee to be a U.S. citizen or immigrant with working papers—or that employer faces prosecution. If illegals can’t work jobs, they can’t support themselves. Ironically, laws on the books cost illegal alien employers $2,000.00 per each illegal hired and up to five years in prison.

But, of course, the federal government, even under Trump, refuses to enforce the laws on the books.

Note that former House Speaker John Boehner never allowed E-Verify to escape committee to be voted upon. Same with Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell! Only one explanation glares out at you: corruption and payoffs by lobbyists from major corporations keep that bill smothered in committee.

Take a look at the two senators and House member of your state. They cheat you daily out of tax dollars, educational dollars, medical care dollars, food stamp dollars and much more because they won’t do squat to pass or enforce laws to stop the invasion of America via all categories of immigration.

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Visa Lottery Chain Migration Imported 5 Million Foreigners Since 1994, Says Report

chain migration
AP Photo/Matt Rourke
by JOHN BINDER3 Nov 2017Washington, D.C.816

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The visa lottery has triggered a hidden wave of chain migration, and has delivered almost 5 million foreign nationals to the United States since 1994, says a new analysis.

New research by the Center for Immigration Studies reveals the enormous chain-migration impact of the visa lottery program, where 50,000 visas every year are given to foreign nationals from a multitude of countries. The countries include those with terrorist problems, including Afghanistan, Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Syria, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, Yemen, and Uzbekistan.
Foreign nationals from eligible countries can win the visa lottery if they have a high-school degree and two years of work experience. Once they win the green cards to permanently stay in the United States, the migrants can bring in their spouses and minor children. Each arrival can get citizenship in five years, and then begin choosing members of their extended family — including parents, siblings and their children — to also become U.S. residents and citizens, regardless of their character, education, ideology or security risks. This expanding, unscreened immigration system is known as “chain migration,” and it has more than doubled U.S. immigration rates during since the 1980s.
The program is in the public eye because of the November 1 massacre of eight cyclists in New York, allegedly by Uzbek Muslim — Sayfullo Saipov — who won a green card in the 2010 visa lottery.
Data collected by the Center for Immigration Studies found that 1.1 million lottery winners have brought 3.8 million unscreened chain-migrants to the United States since 1994.
Preston Huennekens from the Center for Immigration Studies explains in his report:
Despite its supporters’ assurances that the Visa Lottery is responsible for only 50,000 immigrants in any given year, chain migration means that the program actually accounts for perhaps 165,000 new immigrants per year because of earlier lottery winners sponsoring their relatives. In addition, the multiplier for Visa Lottery immigrants could be even larger than other green card categories because the per-country caps and long waiting lists that slow down immigration from the main sending countries like Mexico and the Philippines would not apply to applicants from lottery source countries, since they are by definition getting fewer green cards overall.
This is far more than the advertised 50,000 people per year, and its implications certainly warrant discussion in the broader debate of the Visa Lottery’s future.
Foreign nationals in the United States each bring approximately 3.45 extended family members into the country.
Every year, close to 200,000 chain migrants are brought in by prior-year lottery winners, adding to the huge legal and illegal immigrant population that now stands at a record 44 million.*
Even if the lottery visa program is shut down in 2017, prior arrivals will continue to bring in more unscreened family chain-migrants unless the Congress also complies with President Donald Trump’s call for an end to chain migration.
The visa lottery was created in 1990 by Democratic politicians, including Sen. Chuck Schumer — with support from the business-first wing of the GOP. Polls show broad public opposition to the unscreened immigration program.
As Breitbart News reported, more than 500,000 foreign nationals have come to the U.S. by winning the visa lottery in their native countries between 2005 and 2015. The United States has even invited 25,976 Uzbek co-nationals of suspected New York City terrorist Sayfullo Saipov, despite Uzbekistan being listed by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency as a terrorist hotspot. Saipov entered the U.S. by winning the Visa Lottery in 2010 and quickly obtained a green card.
Mass immigration via chain migration to the U.S. has led to negative impacts on the American public. For instance, every year, 4 million blue-collar and white-collar Americans graduate from college but are thrown into a workforce where they must compete with nearly 1.5 million new illegal and legal immigrants who are admitted to the U.S. every year.
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John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder

Experts: 44 Percent of DACA Illegal Aliens Worked Without Valid Social Security Numbers

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The Associated Press
by JOHN BINDER26 Oct 2017Washington, D.C.295

Almost half of illegal aliens shielded from deportation under an Obama-created temporary amnesty program have previously worked in the United States despite not holding valid Social Security numbers authorizing them to work.

study by the University of California, San Diego, reveals that nearly 44 percent of the almost 800,000 illegal aliens who have been protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program previously worked in the U.S. without valid Social Security numbers.

The study, according to Center for Immigration Studies Researcher Ronald Mortensen, sheds light on the potential identity theft rate of DACA recipients.

“However, these individuals were unable to legally obtain Social Security numbers for their pre-DACA employment, which means that they used fraudulently obtained Social Security numbers that all-too-often belong to American citizens, including American children,” Mortensen writes. He continues:

The use of unlawfully obtained Social Security numbers by individuals eligible for DACA status is so pervasive that the Obama administration instructed applicants not to disclose their illegally obtained numbers. That ensured that Americans who are the victims of DACA identity theft were left with destroyed credit, arrest records attached to their names, unpaid tax liabilities, and corrupted medical records while the DACA recipients walked away scot-free from multiple felonies — forgery, Social Security fraud, perjury on I-9 forms, and identity theft.

Mortensen says President Trump’s administration should implement a plan called “DACA Victims’ Restitution Fund” where DACA illegal aliens who have previously worked under stolen Social Security numbers would pay a fine to their American victims ranging from $3,000 to $5,000.

Under Mortensen’s plan, if DACA recipients cannot pay their fine, the open borders and cheap labor lobby would be allowed to help each illegal alien raise the funds needed to pay back their American identity theft victim.

The revelation of potential mass identity theft by DACA recipients comes as GOP lawmakers are crafting two separate pieces of legislation that both would give permanent amnesty to the illegal aliens, as Breitbart News reported.

Previously, Breitbart News reported how a former official with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) estimated that the fraud rate in the DACA program was roughly “40 to 50 percent.”

“Based on what I had seen and what I discussed with my colleagues, the fraud rate is 40 to 50 percent. It’s possible that it was higher,” Matt O’Brien told LifeZette at the time.

O’Brien’s assertion that USCIS often rushed to get illegal aliens on the DACA rolls matches up with previous Breitbart Texas reporting, which revealed how the Obama Administration added 122,221 DACA recipients to the amnesty program in the last three months of his presidency.

At the time, immigration expert John Miano told Breitbart Texas that the approval rate for DACA in Obama’s last three months stood at roughly 98 percent, leaving wide open the potential for fraud and abuse in the program.

Since DACA’s inception, more than 2,100 DACA recipients saw their protected status revoked for being involved in gang activity or suspected/convicted of a felony. Due to a loophole in the DACA program, more than 39,000 illegal aliens have been able to obtain Green Cards and more than 1,000 naturalized.

John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.


 ‘Ruled Out’: GOP Amnesty Plan Excludes E-Verify, Allowing Employers to Continue Hiring Illegal Aliens
File Photo by Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images

Senate Republicans crafting legislation to give amnesty to millions of illegal aliens have entirely “ruled out” including the popular initiative to mandate that employers use E-Verify, a system that weeds out illegal aliens from taking American jobs.

As Breitbart News reported, the group of GOP senators is seeking to give permanent amnesty to an estimated 800,000 to 3.3 million eligible illegal aliens, the majority of which are shielded from deportation by the Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
At the same time, a major pro-American immigration priority for President Trump’s administration, mandatory E-Verify — which prevents employers from hiring illegal aliens by forcing them to check each workers’ immigration status — has been totally excluded from any amnesty plan by the Senate Republicans.
Politico noted:
… some outlines of an agreement are becoming clearer. For instance, the senators have all but ruled out including a mandatory workplace verification system known as E-Verify in a final DACA agreement, according to multiple lawmakers engaged in the talks.
Pro-American immigration reformer Roy Beck, head of NumbersUSA, said that without E-Verify “there is little pretense that deal makers see controlling illegal employment/immigration as a goal.”
The move to exclude E-Verify from a DACA amnesty deal also shows the lack of seriousness the Senate and House Republicans hold for Trump’s recently released 70-point list of immigration priorities.
Aside from mandatory E-Verify, Trump’s immigration priorities include:
  • Construction of a border wall
  • Deporting unaccompanied alien children who are not at-risk in their native country
  • Preventing criminal illegal aliens and gang members from receiving immigration benefits
  • Eliminating the diversity visa lottery
  • Classifying overstaying a visa as a “misdemeanor”
  • Restricting certain federal grants to sanctuary cities, which refuse to detain criminal illegal aliens
  • Ending family-based chain migration
  • Enacting a merit-based legal immigration where only qualified immigrants can enter the U.S.
Of Trump’s immigration priorities, mandatory E-Verify is easily the most popular pro-American initiative, with recent polling by Pulse Opinion Research showing that a majority of 68 percent of likely voters support E-Verify.
Under mandatory E-Verify and stricter immigration laws, American workers see rising wages, specifically in the blue-collar U.S. jobs that working-class Americans often have to compete with illegal aliens for.
In Texas’s construction industry, for instance, Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration has led to rising wages for American workers, as Breitbart News reported.
Every year, the U.S. admits more than 1.5 million legal immigrants a year, not including the thousands of foreign workers who enter the country to take low-skilled seasonal jobs in farming and non-farming industries.
For decades, Attorney General Jeff Sessions argued that massive low-skilled immigration to the U.S. has forced the American working-class into unemployment and undercut blue-collar wages.
In a recent study, as Breitbart News reported, states that enforced E-Verify – the program that weeds out illegal immigrants for job openings – have enjoyed less unemployment as Americans no longer have to compete with the illegal immigrant population for work.
Additionally, a recent Rasmussen Reports poll found that more than half of Americans in the working-class, making less than $30,000 a year, say illegal aliens do crowd out jobs for blue-collar American workers, as Breitbart News has reported.

John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.

Forget the Border Wall, Mr. President. Look to the Hole in Worksite Enforcement Rules

By Jerry Kammer
PBS NewsHour, September 25, 2017

f President Donald Trump is serious about stopping illegal immigration, he should forget about the border wall and turn his attention to the gaping hole in the enforcement of immigration law at U.S. worksites.

Washington has been unwilling to repair this problem, despite three decades of failure since Congress passed the erroneously named Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA). As a result of the law, the U.S. population of undocumented immigrants grew from about 3.5 million in 1990 to its peak of 12.2 million in 2007. The current estimate is 11.3 million people.

Presented as a compassionate but pragmatic compromise, IRCA coupled a one-time amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants with an employer sanctions regime to punish those who knowingly hired persons not authorized to work in the United States.

But the law came into the world with a fatal defect. Because of the clout of strange-bedfellows — a left-right coalition that united immigrant rights activists, Latino politicians, businesses, and libertarians — IRCA was stripped of a mandate for the executive branch to develop a secure means of verifying that workers were authorized. Instead, workers were allowed to present documents from a wide assortment of easily counterfeited identifiers, and employers were required to accept any document that “reasonably appears on its face to be genuine.”

It's About Time – Employer Hit by $96 Million Penalty for Hiring Illegal Aliens

By David North

CIS Immigration Blog, September 29, 2017
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The feds also secured a guilty plea from Larry Gauger, a mid-level Asplundh executive, for the same set of issues; he faces sentencing in federal court on October 16. One hopes he gets some jail time.

This was not a garden-variety illegal alien hiring violation, according to court documents.

As a result of an E-Verify check, some 100 Asplundh workers were identified as not being in the country legally and were laid off by the firm. Then some of them were knowingly rehired under new, phony names bearing new, phony documents.

The information filed against the company cited four examples of this double-dealing, with, for instance, a worker who had been Danny Palao prior to his being laid off, being rehired as Jose Feliciano.

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DoJ sues company that refused to hire Americans

More of this, please.

The Department of Justice is cracking down on companies that show a preference for hiring foreign workers over Americans.  DoJ filed suit against a Colorado company that refused to hire three Americans as seasonal technicians, preferring to employ foreign workers under the H-2A visa program. 

The complaint alleges that in 2016, Crop Production discriminated against at least three United States citizens by refusing to employ them as seasonal technicians in El Campo, Texas, because Crop Production preferred to hire temporary foreign workers under the H-2A visa program. 

"In the spirit of President Trump's Executive Order on Buy American and Hire American, the Department of Justice will not tolerate employers who discriminate against U.S. workers because of a desire to hire temporary foreign visa holders," Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement. "… Where there is a job available, U.S. workers should have a chance at it before we bring in workers from abroad."
This is the first complaint filed stemming from the "Protecting U.S. Workers Initiative," which was launched on March 1.  

A Civil Rights Division official told Fox News that since the initiative's launch, the division has opened 29 investigations of "potential discrimination against U.S. workers based on a hiring preference for foreign visa workers."

DOJ officials also told Fox News the department has reached at least one settlement with a company discriminating against U.S. workers in favor of foreign visa workers, and distributed over $100,000. 

There is no more abused immigration rule than worker visa programs.  The H-2A program, and other visa programs that allow foreign workers into the U.S., was never meant to replace American workers or keep Americans from being employed.  These programs were designed to take up the slack in seasonal employment and hire foreigners when there aren't enough Americans qualified to do the job.

The latter reason is dubious and complicated, which is why companies can get away with preferential hiring.  In this case, the transgression was apparently so obvious that DoJ sued.  You can expect a settlement by the company, who won't want to go through an extended legal process.

The case will also act as a deterrent to other companies who are abusing the visa program and keeping Americans from working jobs for which they are qualified.

Digital Enforcement: Effects of E-Verify on Unauthorized Immigrant Employment and Population
By Pia Orrenius and Madeline Zavodny
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Special Report, September 2017






Trump's Mar-a-Lago gets approval to hire 70 foreign workers because there aren't enough Americans willing to do the jobs

  • Managers claim there aren't enough Americans qualified and willing to do work
  • Trump's hiring of foreign workers was criticized during the 2016 election

  • Trump defended Mar-a-Lago's hiring practices, saying not enough Americans apply for its low-end service jobs

  • Mar-a-Lago has been approved to employ 35 foreign waiters, 20 cooks and 15 housekeepers to help serve its 500 members starting this month through May 31

  • The waiters will receive $11.88 an hour with no tips, the cooks $13.34 an hour and the housekeepers $10.33 an hour
  • The waiters' and cooks' wages are slightly above the national average

  • The housekeepers' are slightly below, per Labor Dept. statistics

President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club has received permission to hire 70 foreign workers to fill out its staff during its upcoming busy season, after managers attested there aren't enough Americans qualified and willing to do the work.
The president's hiring of foreign workers at the Florida resort over several years was criticized by his opponents during the 2016 campaign after he slammed companies for moving jobs out of the U.S. and others for hiring immigrants in the country illegally. 
During the Republican primary debates, Trump defended Mar-a-Lago's hiring practices, saying not enough Americans apply for its low-end service jobs and if his managers didn't recruit outside the country 'we might as well just close the doors.'
Trump Organization spokeswoman Amanda Miller did not return calls and emails seeking comment. Janine Gill, Mar-a-Lago's personnel director, also did not return a call. 
Trump visited Mar-a-Lago seven times after his January 20 inauguration and is expected back this season, perhaps as early as Thanksgiving.

President Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort has received approval to hire 70 foreign workers for its upcoming busy season. The Florida club pictured above in April  
Under requests approved by the U.S. Labor Department, Mar-a-Lago can employ 35 foreign waiters, 20 cooks and 15 housekeepers to help serve its 500 members starting this month through May 31. 
The waiters will receive $11.88 an hour with no tips, the cooks $13.34 an hour and the housekeepers $10.33 an hour. The waiters' and cooks' wages are slightly above the national average for those fields and the housekeepers' slightly below, according to Labor Department statistics.
Trump (pictured above in Vietnam on Friday) came under fire in the 2016 presidential race for his hiring of foreign workers, especially since he blamed immigrants for stealing jobs from Americans 
Trump (pictured above in Vietnam on Friday) came under fire in the 2016 presidential race for his hiring of foreign workers, especially since he blamed immigrants for stealing jobs from Americans 
Mar-a-Lago has made similar requests in recent years, ranging from 88 employees in 2014 down to 64 last year.
Many other high-end resorts and clubs in Palm Beach County annually receive similar approvals from the government, including 141 foreign employees this year for The Breakers, a historic beachfront hotel near Mar-a-Lago, and 65 for The Polo Club of Boca Raton. 
All are offering wages roughly similar to Mar-a-Lago, according to their Labor Department filings. The area's peak tourist season is from about Thanksgiving to Easter.
The workers are hired under the H-2B visa program, which is for seasonal, non-agriculture employees and is capped at 66,000 nationally per year. 
The State Department says all visa applicants are screened against law enforcement and counter-terrorism databases, but would not say whether Mar-a-Lago applicants get extra scrutiny.
Peter Ricci, director of Florida Atlantic University's hospitality and tourism program, said most foreign workers hired by Palm Beach County resorts are students from Ireland, South Africa, Portugal and the Netherlands who are fulfilling a graduation requirement. 
Ricci, who has studied and worked with the local resort industry, said most American hospitality students don't want to work as servers but want to get into a management trainee program, while the foreign students see high-end waiter and service jobs as possible careers and are eager to take them.
'The more upscale the type of venue, the more difficult it is to hire the type of (American) server or employee that we need,' Ricci said. 'With their culture from their home countries, (the foreign recruits) come with a more dedicated attitude for service that the recruiters just can't find enough of locally.'
Palm Beach County's unemployment rate is 3.6 percent, below the national rate of 4.1 percent. The county's Great Recession rate peaked at 11.6 percent in August 2010 and has been in a steady decline since.
Mar-a-Lago's members pay $14,000 annual dues for access to the 17-acre (6.9-hectare) estate, with new members paying a $200,000 initiation fee that doubled earlier this year. 
Trump purchased Mar-a-Lago - 'The Greatest Mansion Ever Built,' according to its website - from the foundation of cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post in 1985 for $10 million and has invested tens of millions of dollars improving the property. He opened it as a club in 1995.
The property now boasts 58 bedrooms, 33 bathrooms, a 20,000-square-foot ballroom, tennis and croquet courts and three bomb shelters. Members pay extra to dine and stay on the property.
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