Immigration bill needs clarification

Monday , June 24, 2013 - 4:39 PM

Holli Nass

Editor,

I called Senator Hatch’s office on June 24 to ask about the immigration bill. While talking to his aide, who thought I was being rude because I questioned the lies we have been told. I was very concerned about the biometric national ID card to be able to work in the U.S., which apparently, we would all have to have. Sen. Hatch is very much for it.

Of course, it is also in the Patriot act, section 403 (c) that Senator Hatch also voted for. I would really have liked to ask the aide if we had to have this for health care and to be able to purchase goods. Illegals would not have to pay back taxes unless the IRS had moved to access them (pg. 68-69). They also don’t have to learn English, they need only to say they are enrolled in a class. In section 2537, pg. 392, there is no limits to the amount of money that may be given out to pro- amnesty groups.

Fines of a $1,000 can be paid over eight years. No fence can be built unless the U.S. and Mexico agree on the federal and local level and border control be turned over to DHS. Illegals also have access to health care and welfare and Social Security.

Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tennessee, and Sen. John Hoeven, R-North Dakota, introduced an amendment which contains language that states: (f) Applicability in determining an alien’s inadmissibility under section 212(a)(9)(B) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(9)(B) shall not apply.”

I am not against illegal immigration, but I would like the truth. Why do they mislead us all the time and not tell us what is in these huge bills? Then, after the bill is passed, we learn we have been lied to again. I want an honest bill that is good for all of us Americans and illegals.

Holli Nass

Syracuse

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