Public Education and Outreach
Launch comprehensive public education campaigns to provide accurate information about the immigration process, rights, and available resources.
Collaborate with community organizations and advocacy groups to ensure that migrants are aware of their rights and have access to legal assistance.
Partner with reputable humanitarian organizations and NGOs to provide support and assistance in the processing, housing, and care of migrants.
Ensure that these organizations have access to detention centers and facilities to monitor conditions and provide necessary services, including legal aid, medical care, and psychosocial support.
Transparency and Oversight
Establish an independent oversight body tasked with monitoring and evaluating the immigration system, including the processing, treatment of migrants, and compliance with human rights standards.
Publish regular reports on the status and conditions of immigration facilities, ensuring transparency and accountability.
Accounting for Current Issues
Address the issue of children being taken from families and put into the foster care system by implementing strict guidelines that prioritize family unity and child welfare.
Elimination of for-profit detention centers, and eminent domain of existing compounds with the intention of modernizing and improving the location for humane reception, housing, and treatment of migrants
Implement comprehensive reforms and training programs for ICE and Border Patrol agents to address issues of misconduct and improve professionalism.
Institute heavy penalties for violation of federal, and international laws including human rights violations
Hold vigilantes accountable for violating federal laws and the human rights of migrants, collaborating with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to investigate and prosecute such offenses.
Work History Checks and Employment Contracts
Conduct work history checks to assess the skills and qualifications of migrants.
Require migrants to sign a 12-month contract agreeing to work in designated locations as determined by the federal government.
This ensures that migrants contribute to the economy and fill designated job positions.
All migrants will be issued special VISA’s to be eligible for all social safety nets that other tax paying citizens would have access to
Enforce strict consequences for noncompliance with the employment contract, such as failure to work in the designated location or violation of employment terms.
Noncompliance may result in deportation and a permanent ban from entering or residing in the United States, with exceptions made for humanitarian reasons or valid legal claims.
Extensive and Streamlined Background Checks
Implement an extensive background check process for migrants, including thorough screenings for criminal history, security threats, and other relevant factors.
Streamline the process to minimize delays and ensure timely processing of applications.
Strict Border Processing Limit
Set a strict limit on the number of border migrants that can be processed based on the capabilities and resources of the federal government.
This limit ensures that the processing system can effectively handle the influx of migrants while maintaining efficient operations.
Absolutely no separation of families, especially children, including if that family would go over the processing limit as defined. Affected persons shall have top priority for processing during the next available processing cycle
Accommodations shall exist, to the best abilities of border patrol, CONUS forces, and federal institutions to ensure humanitarian obligations are met for immigrants awaiting processing.