Understanding USA Immigration Law and History
Most people think that if you are born on U.S. soil you are somehow a U.S. citizen by default. And they very well may be right, for the time being anyway. But, what is most important in terms of living in the U.S.A. is NOT where you are born but who your parents are; is one of your parents a U.S. citizen already? If so you may also be a U.S. citizen even living abroad; or possibly a dual citizen (depending on where you were born and which country your parents are from).
What if you are a U.S. citizen and move to another country and you wish to become a citizen there? Do you know you must jump through a lot of hoops and satisfy a lot of red tape to renounce your U.S. citizenship (and stop paying U.S. taxes, etc. in the process)?
What are the laws governing LEGAL immigration and should people who simply come to the USA without proper access and approval, or who come as a visitor or worker and then overstay their visa (permission), eventually become eligible for free benefits, citizenship, etc.?
This link is only for those who are seriously interested in learning some REAL FACTS and the LAW about immigration and citizenship in the U.S.A. Check it out…
For those who are not that inclined, the following videos cover a lot of these topics also, both legally and historically, in an effort to answer questions like this. Because laws have changed over the years, because courts have handed down various rulings and decisions (making more laws from the bench), and because politicians and different “administrations” have refused to enforce the laws, what you get is a LOT OF CONFUSION around these very topics. Pretty soon myths start to rule the day in a country like the USA and the real citizens end up paying the price in lost sovereignty, lost benefits, lost tax money, loss of life, lawlessness and lost freedom.
That said; here are some links to help shed some light on these topics. Enjoy.
Step by Step History
(DACA/2012 and DAPA/2014 via Barack Obama, Janet Napolitano and Jeh Johnson)
Why Build The Wall?
Answer: Where needed, it could help reduce payroll and retirement costs of the over 20,000 agents. Even when laws change the wall doesn’t. Until Mexico gets its own act together it will help reduce the flow, and costs, of illegals coming into the USA illegally and being deported from the USA. BTW, when illegals end up in poverty or jail in the USA, what does that cost the tax payer? Think about it.
CBC News could care less. “A wall… Over my dead body…”, per one land owner’s own words? Sounds like a traitor’s words to me. Maybe he should sell his land and move to Mexico…
If you got this far and actually watched all these video then you get the idea.
Drugs and Gangs
IF you are anti-America then bend over and kiss your sovereignty good-bye. Some day you too can live in poverty and under socialist and/or gang rule thanks to welcoming in people who could care less about the law or the well-being of you or yours.
IF you would like to see most illegals deported and the gangs taken care of once and for all, and not come back, and you’d like to see real immigration reform to fight these evils within the USA then a good way to start that process is to keep building the wall and start voting for people who think U.S. citizens come first.
And, BTW, the best way to help those in worse off countries is to teach them how to do the same by electing leaders who will make their own countries better places to live as well.