Amnesty For 1.8 Million Illegal Aliens Potentially Coming
According to a White House framework that was proposed on Thursday, President Trump is offering 1.8 million "undocumented" immigrants a path to citizenship in exchange for $25 billion for his wall and strict immigration reforms. The White House called the proposed framework a “dramatic concession” because not only does the proposal include the 700,000 undocumented immigrants that were covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but also any other undocumented immigrants who meet the DACA requirements but did not sign up and are eligible for it under the new timeframe requirements in the proposal. On Thursday, President Trump said, “If they do a great job, I think it's a nice thing to have the incentive of, after a period of years, being able to become a citizen.”
In return for all of this, the White House wants to see $25 billion invested in border infrastructure and technology, as well as more personnel funds. The White House would also like to see the end of family migration beyond spouses and minor children and the abolishment of the diversity visa lottery; although family visas and high-skilled immigration green cards currently being processed will continue being processed. The White House also wants to close legal “loopholes”, which will allow the federal government to deport more illegal immigrants.
As for the framework’s support when it comes to voting, according to a senior White House official, the bill "should make Democrat support to get to 60 votes a given." Another senior White House official told reporters, "This is legislation that really represents a bipartisan consensus point. It is extremely generous in terms of the DACA piece and then fulfills all four of the President's priorities. This bill is right down the center in terms of public opinion." It is a seemingly perfect compromise, although some of the White House’s demands, such as the closing of the legal “loopholes”, will be difficult for the Democrats to handle. Furthermore, the actual proposed framework is “galaxies away” from what Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer suggested to the President over the last weekend.
Regardless, a solution has to be reached soon. DACA protections expire on March 5th. A senior White House official made it explicitly clear that if a solution is not reached by then, any undocumented immigrants currently under DACA’s protection will be subject to deportation. The official stated, “If it doesn't work then they'll be illegal immigrants and if they fall into the hands of ICE. They won't be targeted, but if they fall into the hands of ICE ... well they'll be put into the system ... and ultimately could lead to their deportation." Tick-tock Democrats.
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