“Costs are up at almost all colleges. One year at a nonprofit, four-year private college, including tuition, room and board, currently costs $48,510, compared with $22,240 in the 2000-2001 academic year.
Meanwhile, the median family income, after accounting for inflation, was $59,039 in 2016, little different from what it was in 2000 ($58,544).” — CNBC
How to implement open borders while still
advocating for “border security”? What
are the tricks?
Step1: Block the construction of a passive physical barrier at the border(s). Get migrants on US soil by hook or by crook.
Step2: Under the interpretation and application of current US immigration laws, regulations, decrees and related court rulings BORDER SECURITY WILL NOT WORK. Implement catch and release.
How does border security stop trespassers from
walking, running, jumping, swimming, flying onto US soil and taking up long
term US residency (for 2 to 20 years or more practically speaking)?
Step3: Allow a claim for asylum in the US for a catch-all any “humanitarian reason”.
How does border security stop asylum fraud?
Step4: Overwhelm the legal system.
And the intentional flood of the legal system
effectively makes the simple claim defacto legal US residency WITH substantial
taxpayer benefits for a very long time.
The worst case is a free trip home IF found
and deported. There is NO deterrent. What if shoplifters merely had to return
the stolen loot?
Wait, wait. There’s more …
While on US soil, the parents are REWARDED since any children born are given US
citizenship (of all things).
You have two years from the grant of your asylee status to file for your minor children under 21 and your spouse regardless or whether they are in the US or overseas.
Social Security Number and Driver’s License
You may immediately apply for an unrestricted Social Security card at a Social Security office near you once you have asylee status.
Can now apply for a Driver’s License
During the entire 8 months from the date you were granted asylum you are entitled to certain government benefits depending on the state in which you reside:
- Cash Aid ( very limited)
- Food Stamps
- If you are over age 65 or legally blind you may be eligible for SSI benefits.
Health care is NOT complicated at least politically speaking.
Over the past 7 to 8 years, people in a few states have grown increasingly dependent on Medicaid/CHIP and large ACA subsidies. Correlate those states with Senators opposed to repeal of ACA.