Immigration Control and Reform

  • The border needs to be secured and immigration needs to be reformed.  Securing the border using physical and technological barriers will assist in saving taxpayer money because it allows for the limited resources to be directed to areas of incursion.  Incorporating biometric programs across the Departments of Defense, Justice,  and Homeland Security will further enhance border protection.  After securing the border, the focus needs to be on a fair immigration system with the requisite background checks to prevent criminals and people seeking to harm others from entrance into the United States.  People who are here illegally need to be fined, forced to pay back taxes, and then allowed to start the legal citizenship process.