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U.S. Immigration Organizations and Resources - Part I of III

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part II of III - 2012

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part III of III - 2012

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part III of IV - 2016 & 2017

 

Guests Workers Program versa Amnesty and Raise the Minimum Wage

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - 2012

 

Temporary amnesty for an estimated 800,000 children in America who were brought here illegally or whom over stayed there visa limitations at no fault of there own while residing in the U.S., was granted by President Obama, a two year temporary postponement of deportation.

 

Mit Romney says heís looking for real INS Reform. I heard mention a Guest Workers Program. Cool. Itís about time to address a reasonable solution allowing illegal aliens a path to legal employment opportunities in the U.S.

 

I could easily build a Guest Workers Program provided congress was behind the mission. Before people give out their personal information, in essence reporting on themselves, they must be guaranteed entrance into a Guest Program provided there not a criminal or fugitive from the law.

 

Each branch of government responsible will create a form or forms to collect information from individuals that can be uploaded once the on line forum(s) are completed and or print the form and fill it out. Employees can request forms as well.

 

A package of information and letters will be sent to the Guest Workers Program address to include a P.O. Box (address mandatory). The DMV will accept from individuals the letter that establishes an individualís status in the Guest Program, thereby issuing a drivers license for a two year period, thereafter renewing every two years provided the individual remains in the Guest Program.

 

An independent body of persons would in a command setting, be responsible to collect from all elected officials from all three branches of the government, there concerns relating to a Guest Workers Program.

 

The independent command would in turn evaluate all concerns and with a web site that allows the public to answer questions or submit questions, a full and complete compressive bill can be submitted to congress that will even pass the Senate after the House passes it.

 

The independent command would include Congressmanís and Senators, Attorneys and Judges.

 

The command would not share anything to the public until after the bill is voted on and passed through both houses and signed into law by the President.

 

Elected officials from the City, County, State and Federal government while no doubt will share publicly there views, the command would not but would be required to give a quarterly report to the President.

 

The first three months would be involved in form, questions and web site creation to include employer and employee resources.

 

Issues on health care, workers compensation, individualís countries taxes/social security and U.S. State and Federal taxes must be considered to include an international wage.

 

Whether there would be a path way to citizenship through residence after five tears in the program would be evaluated. Joining the Armed Forces in order to gain citizenship like an estimated 75,000 have already done over the years as well as consideration for higher education provided an individual remains in the Guest Program for five years, the period of time itself debatable.

 

In my view, compiling together all concerns would be a beginning and in doing so, the job could get done.

 

Congressman Luis V. Gutierrez in my view would be valuable and on my short list as the top INS Congressman.

 

Letter sent to Ron Paul, Majority Speaker of the House, former Governor Sarin Palin and Herman Cain

U.S. Guest Workers Program, Illegal Aliens SS Benefits And Accountability Of Foreign Nationals

Wed Jul 13, 2011 6:23 pm

http://rleeermey.org/viewtopic.php?t=23765


In the past Senators voted for and against making English the official language & felt illegal aliens should receive SS benefits and even today, many politicians believe higher education schooling grants should be eligible for illegal aliens to include other services U.S. Tax Payers fund on every level of the public arena in local, state and federal government.

When I was onboard the
USS Coral Sea (CV-43) on deployment during the Iran hostage crisis, Captain R. M Dunleavy was our Commanding Officer. He announced on the MC that this was an English speaking ship and that in the course of your duties you will speak English. That day he told me to go to the Disbursing Office to deal with issues he had with his Leave and Earning Statement as he was frustrated because when he called the office the Petty Officer on the phone spoke his native language.

As an American, I donít think an English speaking country should favor any other language then English as the national language, although living aboard in Mexico I learned how to speak Spanish a little.

Government agencies phone recordings on the other hand might tailor the menu for several languages, yet staff would have to be bilingual, suggesting the cost involved would be extensive or maybe only bilingual staff hired, discriminating against English speaking citizens for employment in government agencies.

In the past, Congressman Darrel Issa, 49th District didnít believe that illegal aliens should be allowed to collect Social Security benefits. Iím on the side of those who voted these bills down, yet it doesnít mean Iím against our elected officials that voted for these bills.

The way I see it, we need a foundation. I guess I could pull a rabbit from the hat and call that my foundation, but since I donít have rabbit, Ií going to suggest the proposed committee re-visit Congressman Hayworth's legislative proposal, H.R. 3938, The Enforcement First Immigration Reform Act.
http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=h109-3938

Former President George W. Bush's secret plan disclosed to the American people known as the U.S./Mexico Social Security Totalization Agreement of 2004 and Building a North American Community had me at a loss, but after listening to Glenn Beck for several years, Iím no longer wondering if, but when the Republic of the United States of America will be known as The Socialist Republic of North and South America.

Iím not going to judge ones convictions on how they feel about social security benefits for illegal aliens, when our present INS system is nothing but a failure and President Obama, like former President Bush has no agenda to solve U.S. Immigration problems relating to regulation enforcement failures and policies that often are viewed as a means of over looking illegal aliens in the U.S. that obey U.S. laws, that is, with the exception of being in the country illegal. Due to limited funds and resources by the federal government, going after illegal alien criminals is top priority as it should be, suggesting that a U.S. Workers Guest Program is the only answer to decriminalize 15 million plus illegal aliens without returning home to an individuals parent country, utilizing the individuals embassy, internet and State DMVís for license issuance.

Throughout the Republic of the United States of America, States have and continue to address illegal alien issues, in acting regulations and laws related to drivers license issuance requirements, public services and benefits eligibility, illegal alien children in schools, school grants and law enforcement interaction within states of the union in relationship to the handling of suspected illegal aliens, disposition, handling, finger printing, jailing, and or detainment/housing, etc.

Accountability of Foreign Nationals in the U.S. is not impossible. We must start at the bottom and work our way up the ladder. Changing U. S. State DMV practices on issuance of U. S. State Drivers License has begun in earnest among States and other laws are being in acted as well.

The Legislative Auditor General of all 50 states should identify the extent to which Drivers License were issued to undocumented aliens and deliver the report to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security

The Legislative Auditor General was asked to identify the extent to which 58,000 Drivers License were issued to un documented aliens - February 8, 2005 ILR 2005-B President John L. Valentine Utah State

In California, an estimated 15% of illegal aliens are involved in criminal enterprises. Some have suggested California State/City Police and County Sheriff Deputies assume the duties of INS Officers.

Onboard computers in patrol carís that can access emigration data about foreign nationals in possession of U. S. State's driverís license would be an effective approach, yet the present system is not set up for this kind of data retrieval about an individual.
http://www.le.state.ut.us/audit/05_01ilr.pdf

Clearly, illegal aliens residing in America cost the American taxpayer an untold amount for welfare and medical services.

Presently, the American taxpayer is paying a pretty high price for a failed INS process, mass exodus of people from Mexico and South America. Allowing illegal aliens access to free health care has forced city and county care facilities in some states to close.

The problem of immigration is so vast and complicated that most see no way of ever solving the potential problems. Any comment offered is merely a Band-Aid.

The U.S. Government should be working toward solutions that will decrease the number of illegal aliens exiting their countries into the U.S.

Much of the food would not get produced in the U.S. at the low costs currently enjoyed by most Americans if people south of the border didn't work in the fields of American Farms.

U.S. Custom Agents, in their very best effort, are unable to prevent 300,000 to 400,000 foreign nationals from migrating into the U.S. illegally each year. Former President Fox's willingness to authorize government-funds for the issuance of survival kits to those determined to sneak into America was seen as a humanitarian gesture in the past and with increased surveillance on the boarder will hopefully decrease the number of foreign nationals migrating, and is a first step but it doesnít solve the current illegal alien problem in America.

Originating a U.S.
Guest Workers Program must be designed to meet the economic realities of both Mexico and the U. S., as well as other countries foreign nationals may be from, treating Citizens regardless of the country their from with dignity and utmost respect.

Implementation of a U.S.
Guest Workers Program would create the incentive for the Mexican Government to assist the U.S. in policing the borders between our two countries more effectively, since those migrating would be potential Guest Workers Program recipients, and once hired by a U.S. Employer, revenue for the Mexican Government would be generated.

Where I live is peaceful along the ocean in a small community. The weather is nicer then my home, Jefferson, Oregon and my employees who provide me 24 hour care are all Mexican Citizens, so were all anxiously waiting for a U.S.
Guest Workers Program so my care givers of many years can take me home later this year, otherwise Iím stuck in Mexico another year, concluding four years February 2012. I just donít have anyone to take me home who is an American. My parents are in there 70ís and sisters are all married with kids. Iím alone living in a house owned by my friend and care giver. His wife works as department head of a department at a government university and my friend has a bachelors degree in electricity, refrigeration, air condition, as well as care giver, contractor, i.e., carpenter, cement finisher, plumber and truck driver, heavy equipment operator, trucking business owner operating backhoe and dump truck, as well as propane refrigerator recharging, with alternate design to include a degree in Political Accounting accredited by a government university of Mexico.

Unfortunately my friend doesnít have a work visa for America, nor does another two employees so Iím in Mexico unable to go home and its ok, but lets work on a
Guest Workers Program. Iím willing to help.

As I see it, the U.S. Federal Government needs revenue and 40 cents on the dollar borrowed is not sustainable, while a U.S.
Guest Workers Program will generate billions for the U.S. and countries participating, to include Mexico, by collecting only a dollar an hour per person working a forty hour week for both the U.S. and foreign country partnering in behalf of individual. Bringing in revenue and solving the illegal alien immigration crisis is one way to generate revenue and help the economy, law enforcement hours better spent tracking down criminals and terrorist and accounting for 12 million plus illegal aliens in the U.S.

While much of the food produced in the U.S. presently is harvested by illegal aliens, to include construction laborers, the incentive to hire illegal immigrants has much to do with low wages, while employers argue few Americans desire to work as a farm worker or laborer.

 

The growing population of illegal immigrants is one issue that the government has to focus on. The Federation for American Immigration Reform estimates that 10-12 million illegal aliens were residing in the country in 2005, and roughly 500,000 are added to that population every year (FAIR Website).  

 

Mexican Citizens, in contrast to a U.S. Citizen who enjoy credit for nearly everything including houses, own there land and homes, and if they have an old car, its paid for. Mexico has its own oil supply and gasoline refineries, gasoline disturbed through PIMEX. Employees of fabricate factories make 800 pesos a 6 and a half work week, many working grave yard or early morning shifts in order to survive. While homes may be barely livable, most Mexicans whose parents worked all there life have a decent block home to live out of along with there parents or if you can construct, constructing your home rather contracting a contractor is preferred.

Those who can afford to buy one of millions of homes built atop each other and side by side for $40,000.00 for a 400 to 500 s.q. ft. apartment called a home usually share the apartment with other to be able to afford monthly payments. These complexes are large and consist of thousands of units with no open space for parks except a small fenced in school. Few living in these homes have cars and rely on private busing to and from there destinations, which is relatively inexpensive.

Do to below poverty wages in Mexico, theft has become a cancer accepted by so many as a necessary evil in order to survive.

Building a U.S.
Guest Workers Program requires a bill, approved by the House of Representatives and the Senate, approved by the President. Rather then working against each other as it seems to be the case, originate a committee that will over see the construction of a web site capable to digitally transfer registration information from those who migrated illegally and those who have over stayed there visas residing in the U. S. to the INS/NIS, DMV and IRS of both Mexico and the U. S.

During a nine month period, a U.S.
Guest Workers Program could be constructed that would be accepted by both Mexico and America, serving as a means to an end for others countries to participate as well.

U.S.
Guest Workers Program rules and procedures would be posted on line with available form up load and document down loads in two phases and once permanently approved un-limited print on demand of documents would be accessible to the registered Guest Worker, provided Guest Workers Program has been issued permanent enrollment status with the ability to change mailing address or employers, while permanent enrollment refers to one year and three months, re issued three times in a period of 5 years in the U.S. Guest Workers Program..

Once an illegal alien in the U.S. enrolls in a U.S. Work Guest Program, their status would change and would no longer be classified as an illegal alien.

Don't assume illegal aliens in the U.S. don't desire to return to their own country for a vacation or to see their families, so traveling to and from a personís parent country of birth will be authorized. While home, they will spend money and Mexico's economy will benefit, as would all countries participating in the program..

Official documents of an individual would have to be verified by the foreign countries government through photo and certified copy of birth certificate of a foreign national by the
Guest Workers Program countries embassy, with internet exchanges of information on procedures submitted by varying foreign country embassies instructing there citizens how to acquire citizen registration numbers, hours of operation, documents required, etc.

Embassy assistance with obtaining birth certificates through the internet or mailed from an agency of a guest workers countries government would be through direct assistance or informal assistance provided on an embassies web site as not to swamp the embassy phones.

Once an individual registers, printable documents will be on demand for the guest worker to obtain a U.S. Work Guest Program work visa, submitting required information in different submission phases. Upon registration, a document verifying the individual registered with the U.S.
Guest Workers Program once filled in and up loaded, would be available for immediate print, and then the Guest Worker following posted instructions, would hand deliver the document to their parent countries embassy, while document would have official U.S. INS heading. Once an individual submits said same document to its parent country of births embassy in the U.S., said same embassy would issue a photo identification with a number affixed, identifying the individual as a citizen of any particular country at a cost of $40.00 or more, dependant upon proof of birth and or certificate of live birth required to be submitted by Guest Worker.

A second photo and copy of identification card application of an individual registered in the U.S.
Guest Workers Program, along with proof of birth certificate should be retained at the embassy of an individualís parent country other then the U.S., while two certified copies of the application and identification card with photo and affixed Citizenship registration number would also be sent by the embassy in behalf of an individual to the Guest Workers Programof the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the U.S. in diplomatic pouch bi-monthly and or a certified method as to ensure no losses of Guest Workers certified copy of identification card forums with photo and affixed identifiable number verifying Citizenship of individuals from any particular country.

Once an individual receives their Citizenship registration number from there parent country of birth from the Guest Workers embassy, they have the option of submitting the number their embassy gave them, the one on there photo identification issued to them by there embassy to the U.S.
Guest Workers Program of the INS web site and temporary working documents will be print on demand, documents a guest worker can give to there employer good for three months, accompanied with requirements for employers satisfying state and federal tax laws, social security and Medicare withholdings, to include workers compensation insurance and or health care issues.

The employer would have a legal employee and revenue collected and distributed to all entities to include a $1.00 an hour to an individualís parent country of birth would be sent by employer to one agency of the U.S. Federal Government that would in turn distribute revenues to varying entities, an extension of the treasury Department, possibly.

Within ninety days from submission of two photo identification and citizenship registration numbered forms, issued and sent by Guest Workers embassy to the U.S.
Guest Workers Programan official photo identification card and accompanying documents would be mailed to Guest Workers address of record in order for guest worker to show resident authorization in the U.S. through the U.S. Guest Workers Program of the INS in order to be issued a drivers license for one year three months, one of three license that could be obtained during a five year enrollment in the program.

Other documents would be for employers, city or county health providers, workers compensation department, etc., while guest worker retains all original documents mailed or down loaded from the U.S.
Guest Workers Program web site as many times as desired with the ability to change mailing address or employer.

Employers will be represented on the web site by there own posting of jobs available and Guest Workers will be allowed to post there need for a job and skills.

Employers could provide transportation and cabins if they required a dozen or more workers seasonally, etc.

The Mexican government is presently deprived of taxes from countless billons.

Recipients of the U.S.
Guest Workers Program would be required to pay $250.00 and $500.00 annually to be in the program, the revenue split between the U.S. and Mexico and or foreign country of a guest worker. Donít have the cash, but have a job, program fees can be deducted from your wages. Revenue from these fees would amount to 1 billion, 250 million to $2 billion 500 million dollars from an estimated 5-million Mexican nationals currently enjoying the status of an illegal alien in the U. S. Monthly payment plans could be authorized, allowing everyone regardless of economic situation an opportunity to address their U. S. Immigration status.

The first year of the U.S.
Guest Workers Program would cost everyone $500.00 for enrollment membership. Those that show proof they have been employed and worked a minimum of 2,000 hours a year, the following year, the annual membership fee for enrollment will be reduced to $250.00.

U.S.
Guest Workers Program permit renewed annually, originating an annual revenue for the U.S., Mexican and or other governments of those countries participating in the U.S. lead Guest Workers Program would be enough revenue to insure foreign nationals limited assistance from there parent country of birth verifying there birth certificate and or record of good citizenship.

 

Anyone that worked less then 2,000 hours a year would be required to pay $500.00 for annual program enrollment membership fee

Not working does not mean disqualification in the U.S.
Guest Workers Program for a illegal alien residing in the U.S., provided the $500.00 annual enrollment membership fees is paid each year and proof of support can be verified through the individuals embassy for reasons of disease or illness, pregnancy and or injuries do to accidents..

Penalties for late renewal could include a fine of $30.00, within 30 days late and or disqualification after six months of not renewing enrolment membership in the U.S.
Guest Workers Program while photo numbered identification card as aforementioned is only good for one year and three months.

Foreign Nationals residing out side the U.S. that desire enrollment membership into the U.S.
Guest Workers Program can post there resume on the U.S. Guest Workers Program web site and once contacted by a U.S. based employee, the process begins, while the INS WGP web site will have available all instructions for all rules and procedures for participation in the guest program.

Depending upon stipulations for program disqualifications in the case of felonies, resulting in jail sentences or automatic deportation, a guest worker may not be allowed to enroll again for a period of years or not at all in the case of deportation. The U.S. Judicial Department and or the Attorney General would address these issues, submitting recommendations to congress.

Annual U.S.
Guest Workers Program identification cards would be mailed annually, requiring Guest Workers to submit a new photo as instructed, down loading a new application at the U.S. Guest Workers Program web site for enrollment membership into the program. Enrollment would be required during the first month of the second year, while the identification card as aforementioned would be good for one year and three months.

Program commencement months could consist of 6 months to a year, suggesting an individual residing in the U.S. that delays enrollment by six months or longer, would be better served to enroll in the second year of the program, other wise the enrollment cost for membership would be $500.00 and the following years cost could be the same if a Guest Worked didnít log a minimum of 2,000 hours in a 12 month period.

Individuals with disabilities, pregnancies or hardships would have to be dealt with in an acceptable humanitarian fashion, thereby possibly exempting some from the annual membership enrollment fee, while in very rare cases of illness, disease, injury or disability, individuals that register as a Guest Worker with proof from a doctor and verified by an individuals embassy as such, could merely belong to the U.S.
Guest Workers Program in order to enjoy legal alien status provided they have proof of support, like a family member, spouse or friend of either sex. Other then possibly annual enrollment membership being waived in extreme instances in behalf of individual that registered, following set forth rules and following procedures set forth by the agency of the government program, all other rules and procedures toward obtaining U.S. Citizenship through the U.S. Guest Workers Program in ten years would apply.

U.S.
Guest Workers Program hourly wage must be determined, yet in order to prevent U.S. businesses and corporations from hiring Guest Workers over Americans, the international Guest Workers ProgramWage would have to be equivalent to U.S. minimum wage you would think, yet the Guest Workers Program wage will have to fund at least $6.00 an hour for taxes/fees/services.

Guest Workers that can work must in order to receive workers compensation insurance and access to health services through local city, county and private hospitals partnering with the U.S.
Guest Workers Program

In comparison to minimum wage earners, the wage should be equal in net value, yet more fees/taxes would have to be collected from Guest Workers through employers in order to cover various expenses presently shouldered by the U.S. Tax Payer, State, County, City governments and public and private hospitals. Emergency Medical Services, Workers Compensation and Health Plan are issues that must be debated, to include federal and state taxes to the U.S. and social security and federal taxes to a country of the foreign nationalís birth, while an individual is in the U.S.
Guest Workers Program.

There is no reason for foreign nationalís who work in the U.S. to pay Unemployment Tax to a State or Social Security Tax to the U.S Government, when a Guest Worker will never receive any future benefit, but social security insurance premiums and federal taxes would be with held from Guest Workers wage and allocated to the foreign nationals parent country of birth.

In theory, Social Security fraud would be decreased drastically and social security numbers need not be issued to foreign nationals in the U.S.
Guest Workers Program.

Economics play a major role and if you do the math and add up the working hours of 5-million Mexican Citizens working in the U. S., based on an 8-hour day in a 5-day work week (20-days a month), receiving an estimated wage of $11.00 an hour during a 40 hour 5 day work week, total earnings would average $1,760.00 a month:

5-million workers x 8-hours = 40 million hours per day
40 million hours x 5-days = 200 million hours per week
200 million hours x 4-weeks (20-days) = 800-million hours per month

The country of an individualís birth illustrated here after utilizing the Mexican Government would receive $1.00 an hour for an estimated 800 million Mexican working hours per month, totaling 9.6 billon dollars in a 12 month period.

The U.S. Government would also receive a $1.00 an hour for every person in the U.S. Work Guest Program, an estimated 15 million or more illegal aliens registered but not all working.

An estimated ten million foreign nationals working in the U.S.
Guest Workers Program at any give time would generate 19.2 billion dollars from 19.2 billion hours in a 12 month period, while there may be 15 million foreign nationals registered.

Five million Mexican Citizens enrolled in the U.S.
Guest Workers Program, generating 9.6 billon dollars annually in revenue collected from wages and registration enrollment membership fees the first year would total 2 billon, 500 million dollars, with a combined total of 12 billon, 100 million dollars to the Mexican Government.

Five years of projected revenue from program fees and taxes from wages of 5 million Mexican guest workers totals 48 billon dollars and you can double that for the U.S.

Registration enrollment membership fees from 5 million Mexican foreign nationals enrolled as Guest Workers in the U.S.
Guest Workers Program aforementioned the first year of 2 billon, 500 million dollars, added to four additional years at an estimated 250.00 annually per person, would be an additional 5 billon dollars, totaling 7 billon, 500 million dollars in addition to 48 billon dollars collected as a tax from guest workers wages during a five year period SENT TO THE Mexico Government.

Revenue presently lost to the Mexican government is estimated at $55 billon dollars in a five year period, while future recipients of the U.S.
Guest Workers Program will be enrolling outside the U.S. to replace those who gain there resident alien status in the U.S.

Once illegal Mexican foreign nationals in the U. S. spend 5-years in the U.S. Work Guest Program, and only if they want too, they will be able to submit a request for resident alien status in the U S., accompanied with their Mexico INS official back ground investigation report issued to the U.S. INS from Mexico INS in behalf of the worker; which would require the recipient to allocate a fee of $500.00 to the U. S.

The Guest Worker Could rejoin the U.S.
Guest Workers Program or be issued a resident alien status for five years, applying for U.S. Citizenship at the beginning of the fourth year of their resident alien status, giving foreign nationals four years to study the history of the U.S. in order to pass the U.S. Citizenship and the individual could re take the test up to three times and once the individual passes the U.S. Citizenship Test, U.S. Citizenship would be granted upon expiration of the five year resident alien status in the U.S. If an individual chose not to become a U.S. Citizen after ten years then they could renter the U.S. Guest Workers Program I guess or go home to there parent country of birth.

Those that chose not to obtain a U.S. Citizenship could remain in the program for 20 years or longer and or accept resident alien status and then reenter the program, one day retiring in their own country of birth, possibly with two pensions.

U.S. Citizenship will take ten years to achieve once a foreign national enrolls into the U.S.
Guest Workers Program and if you enroll in the U.S. Armed Forces for six years, U.S. Citizenship is granted provided a U.S. Citizenship Text is passed.

Individual could be recruited from the U.S.
Guest Workers Program by an official U.S. Armed Forces service recruiter once an individual has been enrolled as a guest worker for six months whether they were employed or not..

A recruiting incentive could be that the guest workers annual $250.00 enrollment membership fee for five years would be paid from the Armed Forces Budget or not.

 

While the individual may be a solider, airman or sailor, serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, there still in the U.S. Guest Workers Program, responsible to pay annual fees which gives authorization for the individual legal alien status in the U.S. and the opportunity to join the U.S. Armed Forces, yet waver for government agency jurisdiction over individuals conduct while in the U.S. Guest Workers Program would be delegated to the branch of service the individual joined.

Conduct refers to fraud upon registering in the U.S.
Guest Workers Program and or if the injustice continued without proper disclosure to the branch of service a guest worker joined and or felonies once in the program and or felonies not disclosed either in a Guest Workers parent country or in the U.S. before registering or after enrolled, resulting in disqualification in the program and either jail or deportation.

At the conclusion of five years of service connected tour of duty in the U.S. Armed Forces as a solider, airman or sailor, the guest worker, like others who stayed enrolled in the U.S
Guest Workers Program, would be released from the program and eligible to apply for either a resident alien status in the U.S. for five years in the case of those that didnít join the Armed Forces in order to achieve there goal of obtaining U.S. Citizenship or rejoin the program, while guest workers that joined a particular branch of service would be obtaining there U.S. Citizenship in there sixth year, preceded by a year of three attempts to pass the U.S. Citizenship Test and not eligible to rejoin the program.

I recently watched a movie that portrayed the teenager of an illegal alien mother and father from Mexico living in the U.S., as a young man whom had no ties to America, but once persuaded by a friend that he was an American by birth, therefore he was an American, he should step up and learn about his country, at which time his attitude toward the Republic of the United States of America changed. Of course this is not always the case and in the case of those who have been issued resident identification cards good for ten years, allowing individuals to retain there citizenship of there parent country, the INS issuance of a ten year residency, to include renewal, lessons incentive to obtain U.S. Citizenship. I am not suggesting government should regulate whether a person should become a U.S. Citizen once issued a resident card, but government can reduce the length of time a person is eligible to retain a resident card. Foreign Nationals with resident cards who donít obtain U.S. Citizenship often retire in their own country. Mexican Citizens often obtain dual citizenship. Trucking Businesses that transport goods and products that travel between the U.S. and Mexico in my view would favor a driver with dual CDLís, and a driver that also has a Canadian CDL would be a valuable asset.

Those that fail to take the citizenship exam or take it and fail during three attempts, before enlistment expiration, have the option of extending for a minimum of two years, giving ample time to re take the exam, accompanied with an assigned duty of attending a history lesson session provided by independent schools on the internet partnering with the Armed Forces of the Republic of the United States of America.

Those that choose to take the U.S. Citizenship Test earlier then the no later then date, that is the beginning of the fifth year with three attempts spread over three months lapse time in between tests, may attempt to do so anytime once a year for three years beginning there second year of enlistment.

Passing the U.S. Citizenship Test early doesnít mean you become a citizen at that time. The individual six year minimum enlistment, with an Honorable Discharge is mandatory and without service of six years, or an Honorable Discharge, U.S. Citizenship will not be granted even if an individual passed the test early. Get a less then Honorable discharge and you will be deported to your country of birth by Uncle Sam.

Every attempt to allow an individual the opportunity to obtain U.S Citizenship whom has invested six years of their life in the U.S. Armed Forces in expectation they will earn U.S. Citizenship, but for one reason or the other couldnít pass the U.S. Citizenship Test, often due to combat or additional duties consuming a persons time, rate skill schooling, to include injuries related to combat or civilian activities, then U.S. Citizenship eligibility must be determined on an individual bases while the opportunity to extend or reenlist is a given in the case of an individual that couldnít make the time to study do to military training, combat or special duty assignments, to include rate schooling as aforementioned, although the branch of service Guest Worker is serving with, should encourage lesson studies of U.S. History and lessons should be a part of any military college as an extra assignment for student, refereed to as either sailor, solider, airman and or Guest Worker.

Eligibility for U. S. Citizenship for some prior to passing a U.S. Citizenship Test in the case of a civilian accident while on active duty or an injury while on duty that results in an Honorable Discharge under medical conditions, and or death should automatically be granted and medical treatment a given, while some after injury may resume activity duty, the reserves or not.

Depending upon what occupation was chosen by an individual, along with government approval, would determine the length of service to the Republic of the United States of Americaís Armed Forces, while citizenship would be determined automatic on the last day of a six year enlistment if the individual passed the U.S. Citizenship Test.

Those that join the Armed Forces would be exempt from workers compensation insurance and health insurance deductions from their earnings.

We can enforce our INS Laws and build a U.S.
Guest Workers Program, the latter utilizing Armed Forces Personnel with an Admiral in charge of his staff and ten Yeomanís for final edit of all information presented to the public relating to the U.S. Guest Workers Program and public relations and or presentations of the final recommended version submitted before congress and the senate.

The senior officers to include the Admiral would be in charge of additional personnel to include web designers and an additional 50 Yeomanís to inter act with congressional members of both houses in collecting all recommendations and in put from governmental leaders, sort of knowing everyoneís views in advance on questions submitted to them by the U.S.
Guest Workers Program builders, the Yeomanís.

All individual conversations and in put from governmental leaders to Yeomanís would be classified top secret and no other political leader will know what the other recommended or suggested unless disclosed publicly by the politician themselves.

The Yeoman command would answer to the Sectary of Defense as itís superior in the Chain of Command while the President may receive progress reports but as with other politicians, cannot be involved in the building of the U.S.
Guest Workers Program other then submit his administrationís points of interest and or confidential conversations and submission of written in put on issues of concern.

 

US Mexico Immigration Issues; Should the U. S. give amnesty to 10 to 12 million Illegal aliens?

 

The actual number of illegal aliens living in the U. S. of America is estimated at around 10 to 12 million of which 5-million is said to be Mexican nationals.

 

U. S. and Mexico Immigration Issues; Should the U.S. give amnesty to 15 plus million Illegal aliens?

ďIn 2005, the actual number of illegal aliens living in the U.S. of America was estimated at around 10 to 12 million of which 5-million was said to be Mexican nationals.

In the past, U.S. Custom Agents, in their very best effort, were unable to prevent an estimated 300,000 to 400,000 foreign nationals from migrating into the U.S. illegally each year. Today I think ICE Agents are doing there best but still out numbered, while annual illegal immigration continues, yet in places like Arizona with there cross boarder fence and public laws concerning illegal aliens will decrease illegal alien migration, while San Francisco, California a haven for illegal aliens and California in general presently with the largest illegal alien population in the U.S.

 

U. S. Custom Agents, in their very best effort, are unable to prevent an estimated 300,000 to 400,000 foreign nationals from migrating into the U. S. illegally each year.

 

The problem of immigration is so vast and complicated that most see no way of ever solving the potential problems. Any comment offered is merely a Band-Aid.

 

The U. S. Government should be working toward solutions that will decrease the number of illegal aliens exiting their countries into the U. S.

 

While the U. S. government stands idle enforcing INS laws, less a hand full of large companies contracting with the U. S. government who recently were raided, like the ďGolden State Fence Company in Southern California who agreed to pay nearly $5 million in fines for hiring illegal immigrants. Two executives from the company may also serve jail time. The Golden State Fence Company's work includes some of the border fence between San Diego and Mexico. It is exceptionally rare for those who employ illegal immigrants to face any kind of criminal prosecution, let alone jail time. (Ref. 1)Ē

As of March 10, 2007, some 80 towns have in acted laws restricting employers from hiring or landlords from renting to illegal aliens.

 

ďCongress passed legislation last year that calls for 700 miles of fence to be built in cities along the 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexico border.

 

In Texas, the law calls for fence between Brownsville and Laredo, Eagle Pass to Del Rio, and from El Paso to Las Cruces, N.M.

 

But complaints about the border fence prompted Hutchison to insert language into legislation that gives Texas input into where the fence will be built and how it is constructed.

 

A spending bill signed into law by President Bush includes $1.2 billion to pay for a portion of the fence. Critics contend the fence would cost in excess of $7 billion to build. (Ref. 2)Ē

 

President Bushís budget didnít include the entire billion as reported by CNN and sympathy for illegal Mexican aliens increases daily while groups like the March 25 Coalition mass nation wide demonstrations, the largest to date scheduled for May 1st ďGreat American Boycott II or ďMay Day National Movement for Workers and Immigrant Rights.Ē

 

ďIn an historic development in the U.S. immigrant rights struggle, a coalition of national organizations met in Los Angeles on Feb. 3 - 4 to plan and coordinate the "Great American Boycott II" for May 1. Out of this formation came the National Coordinating Committee of the May Day National Movement for Workers and Immigrant Rights. (3)Ē

 

Amnesty, resident or immediate citizenship is the agenda of the March 25 Coalition and there sponsors.

 

Presently, the American taxpayer is paying a pretty high price for a failed INS process, mass exodus of people from Mexico and South America. Allowing illegal aliens access to free health care has forced city and county care facilities in some states to close.

 

Several months ago CNN reported an estimated 25,000 illegal aliens babies were born at one hospital in Texas alone.

 

On 21 June 2000, Haley Nolde reported that ďthe INS crackdown along the Mexico-US border is driving thousands of would-be illegal immigrants to cross in remote desert areas, where the harsh conditions send many to nearby US hospitals. But the government won't pay for their care, saddling already strapped rural hospitals with billions of dollars in unpaid bills. (3)Ē

 

ďOn 1 January 2003, Migration News reported that the U. S. border counties are complaining that some Mexican hospitals send patients without insurance and no means to pay to the US for treatment, where the federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act mandates that US hospitals with emergency-room services treat anyone who presents themselves for care. The act does not say who is liable for the costs, which US hospitals put at $200 million a year. In many cases, the INS grants humanitarian waivers to allow the Mexican ambulances to enter the US with patients. The US-Mexico Border Counties Coalition said 77 hospitals along the border in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas face "a medical emergency" because of the cost of uncompensated care. (4)Ē

 

ďThe threat illegal immigration poses to American public health plays out every day at Arizona's hospitals. The Copper Queen Hospital in Bisbee, one of the hardest hit, uncompensated costs for treating illegals rose from $35,000 in 1999 to $450,000 in 2004. As of June 2005, Copper Queen Hospitalís total shortfall was at about $1.4 million, a hefty deficit for a 14-bed hospital, making it necessary in June 2000, to close the Copper Queen's long-term care facility, and cut back on staff and hours, forcing some employees to take second jobs to survive

.

The central issue, though, remains in place--the hospital has had to scale back health services to American citizens to treat illegal aliens. Bisbee isn't alone.

 

The most comprehensive study on the subject found that 24 counties in four states bordering Mexico wracked up $190 million in unpaid emergency medical bills caring for illegal aliens in the year 2000.

 

The study, commissioned by the U.S.-Mexico Border Counties Coalition, found that California spent $79 million of that; Texas, $74 million; Arizona, $31 million; and New Mexico, $6 million.

 

Bear in mind that these numbers, the best available, are from 2000. We can assume, with increasing rates of crossings since then, the costs are considerably higher today. Nor do the above figures take into account non-border counties. Treating illegals in Maricopa County costs as much as $50 million a year, according to an estimate used by Republican Sen. Jon Kyl. Nationally, American hospitals lose $1.45 billion a year.

 

The Medicare reform bill passed in 2003 allocated $1 billion to reimburse states for federally mandated ER care given to illegal aliens --about $45 million a year of that to come to Arizona over four years. But even that, some hospital staffers say, is little more than a Band-Aid on a huge problem.

 

Ruth Kish, director of patient care services at Copper Queen, expects that under the repayment formula, her hospital will receive only 10 cents of every dollar they spend on illegal aliens. "But every bit helps," says Kish.

 

Another factor: The counties in the above-mentioned study spent an additional $13 million in 2000 on emergency transportation, such as helicopters and ambulances, to pick up illegals injured after sneaking across the line. (5)Ē

Clearly, illegal aliens residing in America cost the American taxpayer an untold amount for welfare and medical services.

 

While much of the food produced in the U. S. presently is harvested by illegal aliens, to include construction laborers, the incentive to hire illegal immigrants has much to do with low wages, while employers argue few Americans desire to work as a farm worker or laborers.

Implementation of a
Guest Workers Program would create the incentive for the Mexican Government to assist the U. S. in policing the borders between our two countries more affectively, since those migrating would be potential Work Guest Program recipients, and once hired by a U. S. Employer, revenue for the Mexican Government would be generated.


While the debate on what to do is raging on throughout the U. S., the House of Representatives and Senate seem help less to act or come up with a compressive plan.

 

Hispanics in the U. S. play are large role in the decision making process amongst our elected representatives as only to evident by Californiaís road map to health care for illegal aliens while last year cutting back on permanent disabled workers compensation benefits.

 

"Hispanics now are the largest minority group in the United States with 35.3 million people. Hispanics account for 12.5 percent of the nation's population, compared to nine percent a decade ago, which makes their vote more crucial than ever.

 

The number of Hispanic registered voters grew from 2.5 million in 1972 to 7.6 million in 2000. One other trend is that the increase in Hispanic voters has been accompanied by a ground swell in the number of Hispanics running for political office.

The National Council of La Raza, an advocacy group for Hispanics, highlights what is at stake. In a July report, La Raza said the number of Hispanics casting ballots could increase from 5.7 million in 2000 to at least 7.9 million by 2004.

New Mexico's large Hispanic population has translated into heavy Hispanic representation on the state's ballot for this year's November election.

In August 2002, Seven out of eight nominees for top political offices in New Mexico are Hispanic, Democratic officials point out. This number includes Gloria Tristani, who Democrats say is the first Hispanic woman ever to win a major party nomination for high office. Tristani, a candidate for the U.S. Senate, says on her Web site that she is "proud of her Latino heritage -- a combination of New Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Cuban."

The trade union's Oscar Sanchez said that in 122 of the 435 congressional districts in the United States, Hispanics constitute between 10 and 65 percent of all registered voters. In about 20 of those districts, 50 percent or more of all registered voters are Hispanic. (6)Ē

 

ďImmigrant women are one of the fastest-growing segments of small business owners in the United States and can expect to be a sizeable portion of small business owners by 2017, according to Intuit Inc.ís Future of Small Business Report, co-authored by the Institute for the Future. 

 

Men and women among the 36 million immigrants in the United States have higher rates of starting new businesses than do native-born Americans, according to Robert Fairlie, an economist who produces the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity.  The index shows that, each month over the last three years, 310 of every 100,000 immigrant women created a business, while 220 of 100,000 native-born women did so. 

 

In other words, immigrant women are starting businesses at a rate 41 percent higher than native-born women. (7)Ē  

 

The U. S. State Department sponsored American Green Card Lottery Program makes 50,000 immigrant visas available through a lottery to people from all over the world, many who will open a small business. (8)Ē

 

This program however is actually un fair to those of us who spent years working with INS in order to come to America.

 

While a Guest Workers Program seems to be the most logical approach, securing the U. S. border should be the highest priority and reevaluating INS policy, is the only reasonable approach toward solving current issues relating to immigrants entering the U. S. illegally and those that over stay there visit or after there work visas expire.

 

As an individual who married an American many years ago, a process that took several years and having relation residing in the U. S. who spent several years working with the U. S. INS to come to America, to give illegal aliens amnesty would be as if to say, the U. S. INS laws mean nothing, get to America any way you can!

 

Respectfully,
Bruce Wayne Henion

 

References:

 

1. Border Fence Firm Snared for Hiring Illegal Workers - All Things Considered, December 14, 2006 - by Scott Horsley
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6626823

 

2. Texas mayors frowning at border fence Web Posted: 01/09/2007 11:14 PM CST - Gary Martin - Express-News Washington Bureau

http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/metro/stories/MYSA011007.07A.Tex-Mayors.299acad.html

 

3. March 25 Coalition http://www.march25coalition.org/conference/index.html

 

4. INS: Registration, Border, Polls

Migration News Vol. 10 No. 1, January 2003

http://www.migration.ucdavis.edu/mn/more.php?id=21_0_2_0

 

5. Catastrophe in Care PUBLISHED ON JUNE 2, 2005: By LEO W. BANKS - Hospitals are being crippled by the costs of treating migrants--and that could be just the start of an immigrant-related health crisis

http://www.tucsonweekly.com/gbase/Currents/Content?oid=oid:69346

 

6. U. S. Democratic, Republican Parties Reaching Out to Hispanic Voters (Parties see Hispanics as key to winning in Nov. 5 elections) (2550) - By Eric Green, Washington File Staff Writer, 12 August 2002.

http://usinfo.state.gov/regional/ar/mexico/02081201.htm

 

7. Immigrant Women Fuel Small Business Growth in the United States - Rates for startups are higher for immigrant women than for native-born - 02 March 2007 - By Elizabeth Kelleher - USINFO Staff Writer

http://usinfo.state.gov/xarchives/display.html?p=washfile-english&y=2007&m=March&x=20070302160834berehellek0.7271845

 

8. Live and work in the USA with the American Green Card Lottery Program. Each year, the US State Department makes 50,000 immigrant visas available through a lottery to people from all over the world. Check if you can participate - FREE.

http://www.usafis.org/_sys/EN/adz7.asp?af=uovu_en_3333_23 

U. S. State Department http://www.state.gov 

 

2003 to 2008

 

The population continues to rise in spite of the government recent proposal to solve the problem.   The rising population causes a burden on the tax payer, increases crimes in the nation, and increases costs of welfare assistance.  A recent study estimates that the partial cost is 10.5 billion for the State of California alone (FAIR website).

 

The above issue has current discussion.  Should the government track down illegal aliens and deport them or should the government forgive them and offer amnesty. 

 

There is a big discussion from various political sectors about amnesty.  Most of them are against it and some are supporting it.  Those people who are supporting amnesty are scared that those illegal immigrants could spread some kind of disease if they keep on hiding and not getting help for the fear of getting caught by police and getting deported.  Those people who are against amnesty complain that illegal immigrants are taking their jobs.

 

The senates past plan was to give 12 million illegal immigrants a path to U.S citizenship if they pay a fine, learn English, stay employed, undergo a criminal background check and go to the back of the line behind immigrants who come legally; but Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison rejected amnesty and proposed to put borders security first, and required illegal immigrants to go home before reentering the country legally as guest workers (Navarrette Jr.).

 

Democratic New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson urged the new Democratic Congress to pass the bill securing the border and enabling some illegal immigrants to gain citizenship (Richardson Says to GOP). William Armstrong reported that Sen. Robert C. Byrd delayed recent legislation that would grant amnesty to illegal immigrants, ďIt is lunacy that the president would pass such an amnesty,Ē said Byrd.

 

U. S./MEXICO GUEST WORKERTS PROGRAM 03/03/07

 

Building a Guest Workers Program requires a bill, approved by the House of Representatives and the Senate. Rather then working against each other as it seems to be the case, originate a committee that will over see the construction of a web site capable to digitally transfer registration information from those who migrated illegally and those who have over stayed there visas residing in the U. S. to the INS/NIS, DMV and IRS of both Mexico and the U. S.

 

Gather together those involved and invite them to a working seminar and tell them to bring there lap tops once the web site is built and together we will come up with a 1,000 questions posted on the web site for both Americans/Residence and Mexican citizens to answer.

 

 Professionals three months later and during the question process will assemble together a compressive bill, allowing Americans/Residents and Mexican citizens to submit questions as well the first two months.

 

Employers will be represented on the web site posting jobs and Guest Workers posting there need for a job.

 

Recipients of the Guest Workers Program could be required to pay $250.00 to $500.00 annually to be in the program, the revenue split between the U. S and Mexico. Donít have the cash, but have a job, program fees can be deducted from your wages.

 

Those that donít have a job will have the ability to post there job skills and or willingness to work as a laborer, by all means register.

 

 Once an individual registers they will be mailed a Guest Workers Program ID and upon completion of registration printable documents will be on demand, to give to the DMV, Employer and an IRS Tax Number for both the U. S. and Mexico.

 

Medical services, Workers Compensation and Health Plan are issues that must be debated, to include SSI/IRS compensation to Mexico while an individually is in the Guest Workers Program.

 

International Guest Workers Program hourly wage must be set, yet in order to prevent Corporate America from hiring Guest Workers over Americans or those who have been issued resident identification good for ten years, allowing individuals to retain there citizenship of there parent country, the international WGP Wage would have to be equivalent to U.S. minimum wage you would think, yet the WGP wage will have to fund at least $4.00 an hour for taxes/fees/services.

 

In comparison to minimum wage earners, the wage should be equal in net value, yet more fees/taxes would have to be collected from Guest Workers in order to cover various expenses presently shouldered by the U.S. Tax Payer, State, County, City governments and county hospitals.

 

An estimated 25,000 illegal alien babies, now Americans, were born at one Hospital in Texas alone in one year several years ago.

 

GUEST WORKERS PROGRAM BETWEEN THE U. S. OF AMERICA AND MEXICO Ė (Oregon changed the law concerning issuance of drivers license since I wrote this letter in 2005)

 

The actual number of illegal aliens living in the U. S. of America is estimated at around 10-million of which 5-million is said to be Mexican nationals. 

 

What to do about illegal aliens living in the U. S. has been addressed at the highest levels of government. 

 

In California, an estimated 15% of illegal aliens are involved in criminal enterprises.  Some have suggested California State/City Police and County Sheriff Deputies assume the duties of INS Officers.

 

Onboard computers in patrol carís that can access emigration data about foreign nationals in possession of U. S. State's driverís license would be an effective approach, yet the present system is not set up for this kind of data retrieval about an individual.

 

A foreign national once granted a driver's license, should not be issued a license for 5 to 8-years.  Amazingly, a foreign national can obtain a driver's license at the local DMV by providing the following identification in Oregon:

 

1).  Mexican Birth Certificate

2).  Addressed envelope from anyone to the residence the foreign national is residing (Street address only)

3).  Anyone of the following:

Foreign National Drivers License

Travel Visa / Passport

Another U. S. State Driver's License

 

The country a foreign national resides issues a passport and the U. S. Consult issues a Travel Visa to a foreign national good for one to ten years.  In order to travel from Mexico into the U. S., a foreign national who has a Passport and Travel Visa, must obtain a travel permit "Multiply Entry," usually renewed every six months.

 

Why then, does U. S. DMV's issue a foreign national a driver's license for 5 to 8 years? My Mexican employee has one issued by Oregon.

 

It's clear to me how easy it is for a legal foreign national to become an illegal alien, hiding behind an U. S. issued Driver's License.  Obtaining a false Social Security Number nearly completes the process. 

 

INS surely knows who has not exited the U. S. when their travel permit expires.

 

Foreign Nationals, who arrive in the U. S. illegally each year, are able to obtain a driver's license just as easy as a foreign national who entered the U. S. legally, provided they have birth certificate and counterfeit documents.

 

Driver's license issued to any foreign national should be issued a license based on their 6-month or extended stay visit, as in the case of a student in a foreign school exchange program, vacation visits, employment or students achieving their degree in a College or University.

 

One way to determine the status of a foreign national prior to the issuance of an U. S. Driver's license would be to require State DMV's to fax, email or mail a foreign national's birth certificate to the U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service in Nebraska or designated INS Branch.

 

In order to determine a large percentage of foreign national's identity and their current status in the U. S., Copy's of Foreign National's birth certificates should be sent to the INS by U. S. States DMV's.

 

U. S. States DMV's, surely retains copies of birth certificates of foreign national citizens of any country.

 

When Drivers license are issued to foreign nationals, there should be a bar code on the back of the license.  This bar code would contain specified letters or numbers that would identify the status of a foreign national in the U. S.

 

State/City Police and Sheriff Deputies, INS Inspectors, FBI, CIA, Home Land Security and NIS Agents would have access to this information; provided funding for onboard Information Retrieval System in associated governmental vehicles or hand held satellite/cell phone connected access to the mother computer is authorized by the Congress and Senate.

 

Presently all foreign nationals that have a Drivers License, excluding individuals who have obtained their Alien Resident Card issued by the U. S. INS, could be ordered by an act of law, within 90-days to present proof of U. S. Citizenship or current Visa Travel Permits.

 

The outcome would disclose a large percentage of illegal aliens residing in the U. S. of America.

 

When asked to show identification by Southwest Airlines friendly representative, show your U. S. State Drivers License and fly anywhere in the U. S. you want to.

 

Foreign Nationals in possession of a U. S. State Drivers License, regardless of their residence status in the U. S., can fly in commercial airliners, trains, buses and drive anywhere they want in the U. S. in an RV, Car or Truck. 

 

I'm not opposed to Foreign Nationals freely travailing in the U. S. or even titling vehicles in their names.  Clearly the possession of a U. S. State Drivers license allows all Americans and those foreign nationals illegal or not, an accepted means of identification.

 

It's time to close a few loop wholes.  Accountability of Foreign Nationals in the U. S. is not impossible.  We must start at the bottom and work our way up the ladder.  Changing U. S. State DMV practices on issuance of U. S. State Drivers License is the beginning.

Building a web site allowing illegal aliens in the US to register for a Guest Workers Program (5-year mandatory) prior to issuance of a resident card (ID printed upon registration, with letters issued to guest worker for the DMV and employer while being issued a tax ID No.) would be an essential asset to both the US and Mexico, allowing Employers to post jobs.

 

A thousand questions submitted for the general public to answer relating to a Guest Workers Program, thereby allowing maximum participation from Mexican and American citizens is another idea that could result in un-told benefits.

 

By the fourth month, questions once compiled would be posted with counters for registered voters and those who are not. Three months of question answering and then from the will of the people, fine tune the program. In the mean time people will be registering, employers posting job opportunities and guest workers paying their taxes to there parent government. Employers required to mail direct to the Federal Government of Mexico an employees taxes on wages or salary.

 

Employers could provide transportation and cabins if they required a dozen or more workers seasonally, etc.

 

The Mexican government is presently deprived of taxes from countless millions.

 

And with holdings from a workers salary for Health Services would be necessary.

 

The Mexican Government would be required to construct Regional Guest Workers Facilities in cities next to states that are along our boarder if they wanted an estimated $10 billion, 50 million to $15 billion, 700 million dollars annually in taxes and fees, training future immigrants migrating annually. If its all about money and the U. S. feels it should also receive some taxes, then do it. Establish an international Guest Workers Program Wage of $6.50 to $7.00 an hour and with hold $1.00 to $1.50 an hour for all related costs of doing business.

 

During a nine month period a Guest Workers Program could be constructed that would be accepted by both Mexico and America and how many billions would be received in taxes even before the program was finalized.

 

Yet the US government in all itís vast associated wisdom hasnít a clue. Itís all about maximum participation on both sides the boarder.

 

Originating an U. S. / Mexico Guest Workers Program must be designed to meet the economic realities of both Mexico and the U. S., as well as other countries foreign nationals may be from, treating Citizens regardless of the country their from with dignity and utmost respect.

 

Economics play a major role and if you do the math, and add up the working hours of 5-million Mexican citizens working in the U. S., based on an 8-hour day - 5-day work week (20-days a month), receiving an estimated wage of $6.50 an hour, averaging $1,040.00 a month, the following is revealed:

 

5-million workers x 8-hours = 40 million hours per day

40 million hours x 5-days = 200 million hours per week

200 million hours x 4-weeks (20-days) = 800-million hours per month

 

What if the Mexican Government received $1.00 to $1.50 an hour for every Mexican working hour, in which the U. S. Employer would pay half?

 

$1.00 per hour - $800 million dollars monthly x 11-months = $8 billion, 800 hundred million and or

$1.50 per hour Ė $1 billion, 200 million dollars monthly x 11-months = $13 billion, 200-million dollars

 

There is no reason for foreign nationalís who work in the U. S. to pay Unemployment Tax or Social Security Tax, when they will never receive any future benefit. 

 

In theory, Social Security fraud would be decreased drastically.

 

A balanced approach surely must be sought after.

 

Illegal Mexicans residing in the U. S. should be required to contact the Mexican Naturalization and Immigration Service/Consult.  Back ground investigations would then be conducted by the Mexican Immigration Naturalization Service on illegal Mexican citizens residing in the U. S.; issuing back ground investigations of illegal Mexicans in the U. S. to the U. S. INS. 

 

The Mexican Citizen would be required to pay a fee of $250.00 to $500.00 to the Mexican Government in order to enroll in the Guest Program.  Revenue from these fees could amount to $1 billion, 250 million to $2 billion 500 million dollars, totally based on 5-million Mexican nationals currently enjoying the status of an illegal alien in the U. S.  Monthly payment plans could be authorized, allowing everyone regardless of economic situation an opportunity to address their U. S. Immigration status.

 

Guest Program permit would be renewed annually, thereby originating an annual revenue for the Mexican Government in the amount of $1 billion, 250 million to $2 billion 500 million dollars + $8 billion, 800 hundred million to $13 billion, 200-million dollars; totaling $10 billion, 50 million to $15 billion, 700 million dollars annually until their U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Status changes, remaining in the Guest Workers Program for five years, guaranteeing an estimated $52 billion, 500 million to $78 billion, 500 million dollars in a five year period.  Once Illegal Mexican foreign nationals in the U. S. spend 5-years in the Guest Program, and only if they want too, they will be able to submit a request for resident alien status in the U S., accompanied with their Mexico INS official back ground investigation report issued to the U. S. INS from Mexico INS in behalf of the worker; which would require the recipient to allocate a fee of $250.00 to $500.00 to the U. S.

 

Revenue presently lost to the Mexican government is estimated at $10 billion, 50 million to $15 billion, 700 million dollars annually in taxes and fees.

 

A wage of $7.00 an hour would allow for $.50 an hour allocated for services and if that's not enough then taxes would be $1.00 an hour and services $1.00 an hour. The figures aforementioned are meant only as an example, illuminating the possibility of $8 to $10 billion dollars in annual revenue to the Mexican Government, serving as incentive for Mexico to help protect the boarder and put a stop to illegal emigration.

 

Individuals with disabilities, pregnancies or hardships would have to be dealt with in an acceptable humanitarian fashion, thereby possibly exempting some from returning to their country on a mandated vacation the first or proceeding years.

 

Much of the food would not get produced in the U. S. at the low costs currently enjoyed by most Americans if people south of the border didn't work in the fields of American Farms.

 

Clearly, illegal aliens residing in America cost the American taxpayer an untold amount for welfare and medical services.

 

How much should be withheld from foreign nationalís wages for medical services?  Who should pay it, the employee or employer? 

 

Maybe both should?

 

Presently, the American taxpayer is paying a pretty high price for a failed INS process, mass exodus of people from Mexico and South America.  Allowing illegal aliens access to free health care has forced city and county care facilities in some states to close.

 

The problem of immigration is so vast and complicated that most see no way of ever solving the potential problems.  Any comment offered is merely a Band-Aid. 

 

The U. S. Government should be working toward solutions that will decrease the number of illegal aliens exiting their countries into the U. S.

 

U. S. Custom Agents, in their very best effort, are unable to prevent 300,000 to 400,000 foreign nationals from migrating into the U. S. illegally each year.  President Fox's willingness to authorize government-funds for the issuance of survival kits to those determined to sneak into America was seen as a humanitarian gesture in the past and with increased surveillance on the boarder will hopefully decrease the number of foreign nationals migrating, and is a first step but it doesnít solve the current illegal alien problem in America.

 

Implementation of a Guest Workers Program would create the incentive for the Mexican Government to assist the U. S. in policing the borders between our two countries more effectively, since those migrating would be potential Guest Workers Program recipients, and once hired by a U. S. Employer, revenue for the Mexican Government would be generated. 

 

The Mexican government would have the capital to hire migrating Mexican or South America foreign nationals, as Guest Workers Program Facilities would be constructed.  Residential Communities would also be created in order to house so many people desirous of migrating illegally from Mexico to the U. S.  Hopefully there would be revenue left over to address municipal waste technologies.

 

Once an illegal alien in the U. S. enrolls in a Guest Workers Program, their status would change dependent upon their circumstance, and would no longer be classified as an illegal alien.  Employment, School, Hardship, etc. permits would be issued prior to obtaining an official back ground investigation report by an individuals country of birth.

 

Don't assume illegal aliens in the U. S. don't desire to return to their own country for a vacation or to see their families.  While home, they will spend money and Mexico's economy will benefit.

 

End Note:

 

U.S. Democratic, Republican Parties Reaching Out to Hispanic Voters (Parties see Hispanics as key to winning in Nov. 5 elections) (2550) - By Eric Green, Washington File Staff Writer, 12 August 2002.

 

"Hispanics now are the largest minority group in the United States with 35.3 million people.  Hispanics account for 12.5 percent of the nation's population, compared to nine percent a decade ago, which makes their vote more crucial than ever. The number of Hispanic registered voters grew from 2.5 million in 1972 to 7.6 million in 2000.  One other trend is that the increase in Hispanic voters has been accompanied by a ground swell in the number of Hispanics running for political office.

 

The National Council of La Raza, an advocacy group for Hispanics, highlights what is at stake. In a July report, La Raza said the number of Hispanics casting ballots could increase from 5.7 million in 2000 to at least 7.9 million by 2004.

 

New Mexico's large Hispanic population has translated into heavy Hispanic representation on the state's ballot for this year's November election.

 

In August 2002, Seven out of eight nominees for top political offices in New Mexico are Hispanic, Democratic officials point out. This number includes Gloria Tristani, who Democrats say is the first Hispanic woman ever to win a major party nomination for high office. Tristani, a candidate for the U.S. Senate, says on her Web site that she is "proud of her Latino heritage -- a combination of New Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Cuban."

 

The trade union's Oscar Sanchez said that in 122 of the 435 congressional districts in the United States, Hispanics constitute between 10 and 65 percent of all registered voters. In about 20 of those districts, 50 percent or more of all registered voters are Hispanic." (The Washington File is a product of the Office of International Information Programs, U.S. Department of State. Web site:

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While immigration and emigration do not affect world population, they can and do affect the populations of individual nations within the world community. Emigration of a nation's scientists, entrepreneurs, and professionals may create a "brain drain" leaving that nation's economy "drained." Emigration of a despotic nation's freedom-loving leaders may delay that nation's day of democratic freedom.

Immigration of scientists, entrepreneurs, and professionals into nations may benefit receiving nations' economies, but at what cost to "donor" nations' economies? Immigration of uneducated, low-skilled workers into nations may benefit some employers and politicians, but at what cost to taxpayers paying for health, education, and welfare needs of poorly paid immigrant workers and at what cost to resident low-skilled workers who lose their jobs to immigrants?

 

Guests Workers Program versa Amnesty and Raise the Minimum Wage

 

To mention a Guests Workers Program over Amnesty is seen by supporters of Amnesty nothing less then a delayed path to Citizenship for millions of folks already in the United States.

 

It doesnít seem to matter how folks made it to America, whether they crossed the boarder illegally or over stayed their visas, there here to stay and they are demanding Citizenship.

 

The recent rally at Washington DC during WW II memorial closures do to government partial shut downs made it crystal clear illegal aliens are demanding immigration reform with support of Democrats gleaming over new voters to their party.

 

Under President Obamaís Administration itís been reported by Ice Agents that their not allowed to do their jobs and are forced to allow illegal aliens entrance into the US because their restricted in who they can depart, ordered to concentrate on the high profile criminals.

 

Of course we know that the Sequester was stated as the cause of thousands of folks being released into the U.S. without proper documentation to be in the United States.

 

As I see it, Democrats would like to create a path to Citizenship without securing the boarder first, while Republicans for the most part want boarder security first.

 

To secure the boarder would require the completion of the boarder fence, drone surveillance and National Guard presence in addition to allowing Ice to do their job, while the latter would require the Obama Administration to stop interfering with the implantation of boarder enforcement by not ordering Ice Agents to deport only particular folks, the worse of the worse so to speak.

 

Making it possible for illegal aliens to reside in the U.S.

 

When the Executive Branch doesnít enforce deportation for all illegal aliens or makes it possible for undocumented immigrants who are in the U.S. under the Obama Administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to legally stay in America for two years, illegal aliens are here to stay, while their children will be given a pathway to Citizenship first and then they can petition their parents.

 

In addition, States pass laws that make it easier to live and work in the United States for illegal aliens.

 

As of May 29, 2013, ďthere were six states with statutes or regulations that implicitly give undocumented immigrants access to driving privileges: Illinois, Maryland, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. All six states issue (or will issue) cards granting this privilege, but many make the cards invalid for identification purposes. Additionally, the Colorado legislature recently passed a law that would grant this privilege, but Governor Hickenlooper has yet to sign it into lawĒ (Ref. A).

 

ďRecently California lawmakers approved driver's licenses for illegal aliens. In the waning hours of the 2013 legislative session, the Assembly on Thursday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill allowing undocumented immigrants to receive driver's licenses.

The surprise 55-19 vote moved California a signature away from putting into law a measure that immigrant advocates have sought fruitlessly for years, with past attempts thwarted by legislative vote and gubernatorial vetoĒ (Ref. B).

 

ďOther states, including Connecticut, Nevada, North Carolina, Rhode Island, and the District of Columbia, are currently considering similar measures.

 

Proponents of licensing undocumented immigrants to drive argue that it promotes road safety, reduces unlicensed drivers, and allows these immigrants to work and support their families. Opponents argue that licensing undocumented immigrant drivers leads to fraud and security concerns, and encourages employment of undocumented immigrants over documented immigrants and U.S. citizens.

Several states that previously permitted undocumented immigrants to drive stopped doing so between 2003 and 2010 for various reasons; these reversals resulted from both legislative and executive actions. Two of those states, Maryland and Oregon, have reversed course again; both states passed laws in May 2013 that will once again grant driving privileges to undocumented immigrants.

 

Undocumented immigrants who are in the U.S. under the Obama Administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program may qualify for a driver's license if the states where they reside accept the DACA documentation for licensing purposes. A number of states, including Connecticut, are granting licenses to successful DACA applicantsĒ (Ref. A).

 

Securing the Boarder

 

A fence in between the boarder of Mexico and the United States keeps families with young children, elderly and the disabled from entering America but the determined individual need only climb the fence.

 

Drug smuggling roots from Sonora through Arizona into America also make it easy to enter the U.S. illegally or what the heck, just cross the Bell Ranch in Arizona.

 

While a completed fence would help I believe reduce the number of entries, wildlife migration would be affected to include causing the death of animals forced into the fence on either side of the boarder during wild fires.

 

ďThe U.S.-Mexico border, stretching 2,000 miles from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean, is a diverse area, encompassing deserts, mountain ranges, wetlands, estuaries and aquifers. The border region is currently home to more than 12 million people - by 2020, the binational population along the border is expected to double to more than 24 million peopleĒ (Ref. Ref. C).

 

Itís not possible to fence the ďTijuana River (RŪo Tijuana); Colorado River (Arizona-Sonora) and the river that forms the border between Mexico and the United States known as the Rio Grande river. The people of Mexico refer to the river as the Rio Bravo del norteĒ (Ref. D).


To exclaim that a fence will accomplish the goal of securing the boarder alone is a pipe dream unless there was a national guardsman behind the fence around every three hundred feet or a long the river to include Falcon Lake, located between Texas and the Mexican state of Tamaulipas filled with boats of Ice Agents.

 

Erecting fences on private, State and Federal land is one thing but authorities cannot police Indian Reservation lands and without permission erect fences, I donít think.

 

Indian Lands are a path into the United States for both illegal aliens and or drugs their smuggling into America.

 

ďIn Efforts to Secure US-Mexico Border, Ariz. Native Americans Feel Caught in the Middle like the Tohono O'odham Nation, a Native American reservation about the size of Connecticut, is located in the Sonoran Desert, about 60 miles south of Tucson, Ariz., right on the U.S. border with MexicoĒ (Ref. E).

 

ďIndian reservations on both U.S. borders become drug pipelines. Traffickers in Mexico and Canada increasingly are using Indian reservations along the borders as conduits for bringing marijuana, Ecstasy and other illicit drugs into the U.S. The drug gangs take advantage of weak and underfunded tribal police forces and the remoteness of tribal lands, and they find that high unemployment rates and resentment of federal law enforcement agencies make some young Native Americans ready allies.

 

Drug seizures on the tribal lands have risen sharply. In 2005, law enforcement agents made 292 seizures totaling 67 tons of marijuana. By 2009, they tallied 1,066 seizures totaling more than 159 tons.

 

Cocaine also is moving in. On June 11, the U.S. attorney for Arizona indicted nine Tohono people on trafficking charges, ending a five-month probe in which undercover agents made 39 buys totaling over 250 grams of cocaineĒ (Ref. Ref. F). 

 

As long as there is a demand for drugs by Americans, smuggling drugs into the United States will continue and even if Marijuana was legalized for recreational use in order to reduce smuggling of weed into the U.S. and originate taxes once commercialized, there would still be cocaine, ecstasy, heroine, crystal, crack, crank, etc.

 

Since there doesnít seem to be even a slowing down of drug use among the youth of America or adults, were left with pondering the viability of allowing recreational use of weed, THC, the affect on society over decades to come untold.

 

But we do know the affects of smuggling drugs into the U.S., i.e., deaths as a result of high jacking loads or killing folks after they deliver the drugs, cartel murders to maintain control over drug routes into the mountains of places like Arizona and Texas in particular and the countless deaths do to over doze and addiction of white drugs.

 

Of course the cost involved in judicial enforcement and housing criminals is so high our government and states broke like California, release thousands of either illegal aliens and or criminals back into the cities of the United States.

 

Can you imagine thousands of illegal aliens being released into U.S. Cities rather then being deported, well in happened as a result of the Sequester so exclaimed Obama Admiration officials life Obamaís Press Sectary.

 

In addition, Braves on Indian Reservations are alleged to accept cash for transporting or tribal police over looking entrance of illegal drugs for cash or because itís not their concern.

 

One of the biggest reasons we canít secure our boarders is the length in regards to cost to secure the boarder with actual boots on the ground and air surveillance, with Rapid Response Units arriving in Helicopters, very expensive.

 

Drones of course are less expensive to operate then actual small planes piloted by folks paid for their service, yet neither can apprehend or detain, only record video or report to ground units or Ice Agents the whereabouts of folks entering the U.S. illegally.

 

As I sell it, an international wage higher then U.S. Minimum Wage must be established in order to allocate one dollar for every hour a person in a Guest Workers Program works to the Mexican Government as a tax, thereby originating enough revenue for Mexico to engage in boarder security preventing folks from illegally entering the U. S. through placement of folks into Guest Workers Regional Training Facilities (GWRTF) along the U.S. and Mexico boarder.

 

In addition, the U.S. Government would receive one dollar for every hour worked as well, while an additional dollar an hour would go to workers compensation paid by the employer. Whether medical benefits would be paid by the employer would be based on the ACA Law, but no subsidies should be allowed for Guests Workers Program recipients.

 

U.S. Social Security would receive nothing unless required by the employer to pay in behalf of the worker allocated to the Mexican Government Social Security, nor would folks in the Guest Workers Program Employers be responsible to pay 100 percent unemployment insurance, rather 50/50, but would be administered by the federal government in order to keep a persons enrollment status current if a persons status changes to unemployed while remaining active in the Guest Workers Program.

 

No one in the Guest Workers Program would be entitled to U. S. Social Security benefits if they retire after being in the program 40 years or more, receiving these benefits from Mexico to include no disability benefits paid by Social Security to Americans once they can prove their disabled through a Doctor.

 

Workers Compensation† would have to be administered Federally in case a disabled worker in the Guest Workers Program decided to return to Mexico once the injury stabilized or not, but authorization for travel between the U.S. and Mexico would have to be established has a part of Guest Workers Rights.

 

Length of time in the Guest Workers Program should not be restricted and illegal aliens presently in the United States could be given a pathway to Citizenship if they want it by requiring a five year mandatory enrollment in the program, graduating to a ten year resident status, allowing an individual to eventually acquire citizenship around the sixth year as a resident if they wanted to.

 

However, if a person chooses not to become a citizen then at the end of the ten year resident status, they can go back into the Guest Workers Program or go home.

 

This will give reason to revisit Social Security laws, because once a person becomes a resident, they would begin paying the same taxes Americans do so they would be entitled to social security benefits or retirement benefits whether they live in America or not, or for that matter, whether they went back in to the program or not, so double social security benefits from both Mexico or the United States could be allocated to an individual who decided not the become a U.S. Citizen.

 

Of course, such a determination would be based on Guests Workers Program participation as a pathway to citizenship and would not change current immigration law for folks that immigrated to the U.S. legally who renew their ten year resident status rather then become a citizen.

 

Presently you can renew a ten year resident status and never become a U.S. Citizen, retiring in the Philippines if you want, living on Social Security benefits providing you maintain a U.S. address with a family member.

 

There are many ideas floating around and in this article Iím not writing a bill but you can believe I have many thoughts to share to include those on Guest Workers Program participants that join the Armed Forces pathway to Citizenship.

 

In the end itís all about enforcing U.S. Laws, the affect on the economy, cost to employers and or consumers as a result of increased cost for an† employer, the humanitarian effort, fairness and balanced approach isnít it?

 

Lets review the math at a dollar an hour x 6 million Mexican Citizens to 12 million illegal aliens in the U.S. for what ever reason, there entrance at this point of little importance, whether it was legal or not, over stayed visa or climbed a fence.

 

6 million work hours times a 40 hour week would involve the ACA for American Employees but not folks in the Guest Workers Program, therefore, 240 million work hours a week x 4 equals 960 million times 12 monthsí equals 11 billion, 520 million hours/dollars.

The Mexican and U.S. Government would both receive the same amount for boarder security from the Guest Workers Program for Mexican Citizens while America; working with other countries citizensí illegally in the U.S. would receive 23 billion, 40 million a year.

In addition and at the beginning, the enrollment fee into the Guest Workers Program would be $500.00 and $25.00 a month deducted from your check weekly or monthly.

 

Up front cost can be deducted from wages as well provided recipient pays a minimum of $100.00, the balance paid in ten months.

The math illustrates 3 to 6 billion up front costs within ten months and 150 to 300 million a month times 12 months equals 1 billion, 800 hundred million to 3 billion, 600 million a year in program fees based on 6 to 12 million recipients in the program.

 

A Guest Workers Program would not cost the government anything, not become an entitlement program but instead create 23 billion, 40 million dollars a year with 12 million enrolled, plus the up front enrollment cost of 6 billion and program cost of 3 billion, 600 million a year for said same originates 28 billion, 600 million dollars a year and eliminates illegal aliens.

 

Establishing an international Guest Workers Program wage higher then the minimum wage at present would not go over well, yet in conjunction with raising the minimum wage will be necessary.

 

With higher cost for employers who higher illegal aliens, now in the Guest Workers Program, a choice of who to higher, based on cost would be illustrated in advertisement for jobs offered that would either be tailored to Americans or Workers Guest Program participants.

I canít figure out why itís cheaper to higher illegal aliens then Americans willing to work for minimum wage when employers, chiefly farmers are still paying similar wages?

 

The loudest argument is that Americans donít want to work on the farms picking crops, etc., so illegal aliens must do the work. If this is true, a higher international wage would not affect who would work on the farm, since farmers could still pay Americans minimum wage.

However, minimum wage itself must be raised in order to allow folks to get off welfare subsidies, presently an epidemic because you can make more from government subsidies then you can at the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour for work performed on or after July 24, 2009Ē (Ref. G).

 

EQNEEDF views on Politics, Environment, Energy, Health, National, and Foreign Affairs

U.S. Immigration Organizations and Resources - Part I of III

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part II of III - 2012

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part III of III - 2012

U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals - Part III of IV - 2016 & 2017

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U.S. Guest Workers Program Ideas and Proposals

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