Proper enforcement of immigration laws in the interior of the United States is critical to national security, public safety, and the rule of law
Our borders are wide open, and the entire world knows it. If you cross illegally, you’ll likely get to stay — regardless of intent, criminal history or eligibility. This is a direct result of U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) agents being directed by political interests to catch and release illegal aliens, rather than apprehend, track, detain, and remove them in an expeditious manner. When fully operational and acting in accordance with Federal law, ICE makes America safer and more secure.
That’s why it’s time to fix these policy failures and provide ICE with the tools and directives to appropriately and effectively do its job. Political forces in Washington continue to prevent brave men and women from enforcing our laws and defending our country — precisely what the agency was created to do. Join us in our effort to return ICE to the enforcement agency it was meant to be.
Congressionally mandated enforcement of immigration laws in the interior of the United States is critical to national security and public safety. Instead, the Biden Administration has directed the very agency in charge of enforcing our immigration laws to willfully violate them. This has triggered a historic border crisis while inflicting immeasurable harm on the American people, our communities and the very fabric of our nation.
Immigration law enforcement must be centered on ensuring removal of those who have no right to be in the United States. With over a million illegal aliens with final orders for removal, the Biden Administration is refusing to deport them, a blatant disregard for the rule of law. The Biden Administration has failed to discharge this basic sovereign responsibility.Let us be clear: we cannot faithfully execute the immigration laws of the United States if classes or categories of removable aliens are exempted from potential enforcement. Below are our policy priorities to employ all lawful means to enforce the immigration laws of the United States, which were set by Congress:
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