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    TRUE Enforcement Act of 2005 Introduced

    Tuesday November 15, 4:28 pm ET

    H.R. 4313 Provides Comprehensive Plan for Immigration Law Enforcement

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The solution to fixing America's broken immigration policies is now before the U.S. Congress with the formal introduction of H.R. 4313, the True Enforcement and Border Security Act of 2005. The new legislation, introduced by House Armed Services Committee Chairman Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) and Rep. Virgil Goode (R-Va.) will separate those in Congress who pay lip service to controlling our borders and protecting homeland security, and those who are prepared to address this national crisis in a meaningful way.

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    H.R. 4313 is the most comprehensive immigration law enforcement bill ever introduced. It addresses border control, interior enforcement and eliminates the incentives and loopholes that have allowed an estimated 11 million people to settle illegally in the U.S. "Mass illegal immigration is a very solvable problem. What has been lacking until now is the political will to set and enforce policies that prevent businesses from profiting from illegal aliens and convince the aliens that the United States no longer will put up with their illegal presence," said Dan Stein, president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).

    "We commend Congressmen Hunter and Goode and the 20 original co-sponsors of H.R. 4313 for their courageous leadership in sponsoring a workable plan to deal with a national crisis," Stein continued. "Support for this bill will be the litmus test for any member of Congress who claims to be serious about regaining control of our borders. Those who are prepared to end the rewards for breaking our immigration laws and provide the needed tools for enforcement will back this legislation."

    Besides enhanced security at the border, H.R. 4313 goes after the root causes for mass illegal immigration. The True Enforcement Act provides an easy and effective method for employers to verify the eligibility status of their workforce and gets tough on those who continue to violate the law by hiring illegal aliens. The bill would condition federal relief for state and local governments confronted with the burden of illegal aliens on their cooperation in immigration law enforcement. It would also deny benefits to illegal aliens, including automatic citizenship for their U.S.-born children.

    "H.R. 4313 provides a clear response to the disinformation campaign aimed at convincing the American public that mass illegal immigration can be dealt with only through mass deportations or mass amnesty for illegal aliens," said Stein. "This bill challenges those who claim to be serious about stopping mass illegal immigration to explain why the rewards for breaking our laws and government policies that protect law-breakers should not be eliminated. If you support ending illegal immigration, you will want to support this comprehensive and effective enforcement strategy."

    For more information please contact Ira Mehlman at 310-821-4283.

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    TRUE Enforcement Act of 2005 Introduced

    Tuesday November 15, 4:28 pm ET

    H.R. 4313 Provides Comprehensive Plan for Immigration Law Enforcement

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The solution to fixing America's broken immigration policies is now before the U.S. Congress with the formal introduction of H.R. 4313, the True Enforcement and Border Security Act of 2005. The new legislation, introduced by House Armed Services Committee Chairman Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) and Rep. Virgil Goode (R-Va.) will separate those in Congress who pay lip service to controlling our borders and protecting homeland security, and those who are prepared to address this national crisis in a meaningful way.

    ADVERTISEMENT
    H.R. 4313 is the most comprehensive immigration law enforcement bill ever introduced. It addresses border control, interior enforcement and eliminates the incentives and loopholes that have allowed an estimated 11 million people to settle illegally in the U.S. "Mass illegal immigration is a very solvable problem. What has been lacking until now is the political will to set and enforce policies that prevent businesses from profiting from illegal aliens and convince the aliens that the United States no longer will put up with their illegal presence," said Dan Stein, president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).

    "We commend Congressmen Hunter and Goode and the 20 original co-sponsors of H.R. 4313 for their courageous leadership in sponsoring a workable plan to deal with a national crisis," Stein continued. "Support for this bill will be the litmus test for any member of Congress who claims to be serious about regaining control of our borders. Those who are prepared to end the rewards for breaking our immigration laws and provide the needed tools for enforcement will back this legislation."

    Besides enhanced security at the border, H.R. 4313 goes after the root causes for mass illegal immigration. The True Enforcement Act provides an easy and effective method for employers to verify the eligibility status of their workforce and gets tough on those who continue to violate the law by hiring illegal aliens. The bill would condition federal relief for state and local governments confronted with the burden of illegal aliens on their cooperation in immigration law enforcement. It would also deny benefits to illegal aliens, including automatic citizenship for their U.S.-born children.

    "H.R. 4313 provides a clear response to the disinformation campaign aimed at convincing the American public that mass illegal immigration can be dealt with only through mass deportations or mass amnesty for illegal aliens," said Stein. "This bill challenges those who claim to be serious about stopping mass illegal immigration to explain why the rewards for breaking our laws and government policies that protect law-breakers should not be eliminated. If you support ending illegal immigration, you will want to support this comprehensive and effective enforcement strategy."

    For more information please contact Ira Mehlman at 310-821-4283.

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