Repeal The DREAM Immigration Act And Deport ALL Illegal Immigrants

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Repeal The DREAM Immigration Act And Deport ALL Illegal Immigrants
To The Honorable United States Government Leaders,

We the undersigned ask that the United States Government Leaders completely repeal and permanently ban and DREAM Immigration Policy, terminate ANY and ALL aspects of it already in place, and tell ALL illegal immigrants in or coming to America illegally is a Federal Offense and that they are subject to immediate deportation.

The U. S. Government said it would work to create effective legislation to deal with illegal immigrants. Now the DREAM Act which allows illegal aliens under 30 to stay in America as long as they have committed no serious crimes, graduated from a U. S. high school, and have been here for at least 5 years has been passed.

These illegal immigrants can acquire work permits, acquire drivers’ licenses, improve their education, and even join the military. This is absolutely incorrect as legal residency status inevitably is a step toward citizenship which they do not deserve. They already have committed a serious crime by coming to America illegally. This encourages their family members and friends to do the same without fear of deportation leading to further illegal immigrants and making a mockery of U. S. Immigration Laws. They gain benefits true U. S. citizens need desperately in this struggling economy. All this hurts the Middle Class because they face higher taxes to pay for these benefits.

These benefits need to go to true American citizens who already have enough problems with poverty, homelessness, and the growing lack of jobs and benefits. We should not and cannot add further competition to that. Foreigners coming to the United States must go through the legal, full process channels to apply for residency, work permits, and citizenship. If they DO NOT come here legally they DO NOT gain anything.

Therefore we the undersigned ask you, the United States Government Leaders, to immediately do right for TRUE American citizens by passing legislation that completely repeals the DREAM Immigration Policy and ALL its aspects already in place, makes it a Federal Felony to provide any jobs, benefits, or privileges to illegal immigrants, specifically states that entering the U. S. illegally is a Federal Felony and ALL immigrants who did or will come to America illegally in the future will be immediately deported, and which focuses on locating and deporting ALL illegal immigrants, Thank you for hearing our comments.

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We are already paying for to many illegal immigrants that are here now. How many jobs do we need to work to pay for everyone else, while we have no life because we can not afford it. Tax Tax Tax!!!!! That is all you guys do!
Whose country is the US? It is time to put the citizens in charge.
I live 5 minutes from the US/Tijuana border and this is a huge problem that people are ignoring. Every illegal I have met is proud to be an illegal and talk about "la raza" and talks about taking back "their" land, even the younger kids.
As a lifelong Democrat, I think it is time I gave the Republican Party a closer look. They too, will probably do little for African Americans, but at least they appear to understand that illegal immigrants negatively impact American communities, and they impact African American communities more so than other communities. Poor children (many who are black) no longer have access to jobs in fast food industries on week-ends/summers. That market is over ran with illegal adults!
Texas school districts also often ignore the needs of the few remaining low performing black students. Administrators are too busy addressing the needs of the millions of illegal immigrants! I gave up on teaching in Texas public schools where I sincerely tried to make a difference for all my students. I realize now I was wasting my time.
Unfortunately, Dallas ISD, and many other school districts in Texas are requiring teachers to do the impossible. I failed my student teaching practicum because I lacked the ability to engage EVERY student, and I still have yet to figure out HOW to ENGAGE students (many who were Latinos immigrants and, "Dreamers.") with serious attendance problems and very minimal academic skills. Many of my students also worked late nights so they would arrived at school so tired they could hardly keep their heads up and their eyes opened. The fact of the matter--many immigrant high school students feel their first obligation is to help their families financially and therefore school is not their first priorities. I called parents requesting that they monitor their children’s work schedules on school nights. Additionally, I attempted to impress on the parents that their first obligation was to assure their children that doing well in school should be a first priority. My efforts were often useless because many of the parents did not speak English and parent teacher conferences were also of little help since many parents would not attend for fear of exposing their own immigration status.
As a new teacher with limited experience and very little administrative support, I worked my tail off in one of the lowest performing schools in the State of Texas. I did as much as humanly possible to, “engage,” my students and felt my efforts were commendable under very trying circumstances. Unfortunately, my efforts (along with other inter-city teachers) were not enough. If I want to continue my teacher certification efforts, I was required to repeat student teaching and pay another $3,000 and attempt what I felt was impossible by any standard of fairness. Complaining about serious flaws in the system applicable to immigrant issues fell on death ears.
The hue and cry from school administrators was students were failing because Texas schools has too many, "incompetent teachers." The latter had some merit, but the real problem was (Still is) the very negative impact the flood of illegal immigrants imp