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Immigration 070518

Immigration 070518

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Text of secret immigration police-state bill ...Americans will need a biometric REAL ID card in order to have a job in the United States
Text of secret immigration police-state bill ...Americans will need a biometric REAL ID card in order to have a job in the United States

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DRAFT - FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY
May 18, 2007 11:58 p.m.
5/18/2007
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Secure Borders, Economic
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Opportunity and Immigration
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Reform Act of 2007
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SEC. 1. EFFECTIVE DATE TRIGGERS.
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(a) With the exception of the probationary benefits conferred by
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Section 601(h), the provisions of Subtitle C of Title IV, and the
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admission of aliens under Section 101(a)(15)(H)(ii) of the Immigration
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and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H)(ii)), as amended by Title
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IV,
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(i) the programs established by Title IV of this Act; and
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(ii) the programs established by Title VI of this Act that grant
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legal status to any individual or adjust the current status of any
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individual who is unlawfully present in the United States to that
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of an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence,
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shall become effective on the date that the Secretary submits a written
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certification to the President and the Congress that the following
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border security and other measures are funded, in place, and in
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operation:
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(1) Staff Enhancements for Border Patrol: The U.S. Customs and
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Border Protection (CBP) Border Patrol has, in its continued effort
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to increase the number of agents and support staff, hired 18,000
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agents;
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(2) Strong Border Barriers: Have installed at least 200 miles of
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vehicle barriers, 370 miles of fencing, and 70 ground-based
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radar and camera towers along the southern land border of the
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United States, and have deployed 4 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
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and supporting systems;
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(3) Catch and Return: The Department of Homeland Security is
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detaining all removable aliens apprehended crossing the
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southern border, except as specifically mandated by law or
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humanitarian circumstances, and U.S. Immigration and Customs
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Enforcement (ICE) has the resources to maintain this practice,
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including resources to detain up to 27,500 aliens per day on an
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annual basis;
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(4) Workplace Enforcement Tools: As required through all the
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provisions of Title III of this Act, the Department of Homeland
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Security has established and is using secure and effective
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identification tools to prevent unauthorized workers from
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obtaining jobs in the United States. These tools shall include, but
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not be limited to, establishing:
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(i) strict standards for identification documents that must
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be presented in the hiring process, including the use of
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secure documentation that contains a photograph,
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biometrics, and/or complies with the requirements for such
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documentation under the REAL ID Act; and
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(ii) an electronic employment eligibility verification system
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that queries federal and state databases to restrict fraud,
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identity theft, and use of false social security numbers in
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the hiring process by electronically providing a digitized
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version of the photograph on the employee\u2019s original
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federal or state issued document or documents for
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verification of the employee\u2019s identity and work eligibility;
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and
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(5) Processing Applications of Aliens: The Department of
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Homeland Security has received and is processing and
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adjudicating in a timely manner applications for Z nonimmigrant
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status under Title VI of this Act, including conducting all
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necessary background and security checks.
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(b) It is the sense of Congress that the border security and other
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measures described in such subsection can be completed within 18
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months of enactment, subject to the necessary appropriations.
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(c) The President shall submit a report to Congress detailing the
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progress made in funding, appropriating, contractual agreements
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reached, and specific progress on each of the measures include in
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(a)(1)-(5):
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(i) 90 days after the date of enactment; and
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(ii) every 90 days thereafter until the terms of this section have
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been met.
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If the President determines that sufficient progress is not being made,
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the President shall include in the report specific funding
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recommendations, authorization needed, or other actions that are
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being undertaken by the Department.
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TITLE I\u2014BORDER ENFORCEMENT
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Subtitle A\u2014Assets for Controlling United
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States Borders.
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SEC. 101. ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL.
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(a) Additional Personnel-
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(1) U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION OFFICERS -
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In each of the fiscal years 2008 through 2012, the
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Secretary shall, subject to the availability of
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appropriations, increase by not less than 500 the number
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of positions for full-time active duty CBP officers and
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provide appropriate training, equipment, and support to
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such additional CBP officers.
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(2) INVESTIGATIVE PERSONNEL-
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(A) IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT
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INVESTIGATORS- Section 5203 of the Intelligence
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Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 (Public
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Law 108-458; 118 Stat. 3734) is amended by
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striking `800' and inserting `1000'.
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(B) ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL- In addition to the
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positions authorized under section 5203 of the
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Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of
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2004, as amended by subparagraph (A), during each
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of the fiscal years 2008 through 2012, the Secretary
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shall, subject to the availability of appropriations,
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increase by not less than 200 the number of
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positions for personnel within the Department
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assigned to investigate alien smuggling.
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(3) DEPUTY UNITED STATES MARSHALS- In each of the
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fiscal years 2008 through 2012, the Attorney General
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shall, subject to the availability of appropriations, increase
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by not less than 50 the number of positions for full-time
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active duty Deputy United States Marshals that assist in
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matters related to immigration.
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