I do not do removals (Deportation) and thus I do not have any financial stake in Trump’s massive deportation project. I do not object to a President enforcing a law, whatever it is. My objections are entirely based upon my Centrist fiscal views.
1. By detaining individuals, we are simply feeding, clothing and paying all expense (including medical) for the illegal immigrants. And that is our Tax payer dollars
2. They are given a bond hearing, and when most of them can’t pay the bond, we have to keep them detained.
3. Do the Math: there are 5000 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Officers in the US. There are a total of 242 Immigration Judges in the US. There are 11 to 13 million illegals in the US. So to get a hearing will take a long time, during which, us, Taxpayers will house, feed and pay medical expenses for them.
4. Lawyers can further delay the process by filing appeals. This process can go on for years
5. Once we do deport them, if there is no Comprehensive Immigration plan, and there are jobs in the US, the individuals will come right back in. They just earned a plane flight back to their home country on the US Tax payers.
Solutions:
1. Create a Comprehensive Immigration Plan. If there is employment available for the people, they should be given a guest worker status. That status should be renewed every year, and if there are no jobs, they need to return to their home country. This will be applicable even if they have US Citizen wives or children. There is no reason why a family cannot survive in their home country. (Yes, I know this is easier said than done)
2. These guest workers should be able to buy their own health care, and be treated accordingly.
3. There are a lot of people from Mexico, who cross the border to get free health care in the US. They have to pay for such care in Mexico. Allow hospitals to refuse such care and send them back. Once we do this for a few time, the flow will stop
4. Do what Obama did. Deport all criminals.
5. Stop thinking about a wall. There will inevitably be tunnels under the wall.

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