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Senate's 'Smoke and Mirror' Immigration Bill











John W. Slagle
June 10, 2006

I love this nation. I believe the United States was once a sovereign republic with policies that were not directed by Mexico or any foreign nation.

For over three decades, political apathy regarding Immigration and Naturalization Laws has resulted in a very serious problem within this country.

In a quest for "cheap labor” and illicit votes, both political parties have condoned the violation of laws long established by Congress, 8 USC 1324, 1325, and 1326 INA.

The issue of illegal immigration is not a matter of race, creed or color. Laws which govern the orderly flow of legal immigrants and non-immigrants are very similar worldwide. In most nations, national security, public safety, and economics are all linked to Immigration standards of admission with strict enforcement of all statutes.

Stateside, non enforcement of Immigration statutes have resulted in an inept, now defunct government agency, INS. The President of the United States is very proud that any foreign national who can walk across the Rio Grande is welcome, despite violation of law, 8 USC 1325. Catering to Mexico's policies, demands also seem to be a priority in Washington with most elected officials including the U.S. Senate.

Special Interest Groups consider U.S. Immigration laws racist, inhumane and unjust. A possible answer to the problem would be abolishing all U.S. Immigration Statutes and adopting "word for word” Mexico's standards and law per their government constitution. How could any group in the United States including LULAC or ACLU be offended?

Contrary to popular belief, Mexico has very strict immigration laws which are enforced by every police agency in the country. The Bureau of Immigration can call upon any law enforcement officer to assist in their mission. Citizens from the United States traveling in Mexico without proper documents are subject to arrest as illegal aliens.

Mexican law requires proof of citizenship, passport, photo I.D. destination and purpose of travel for any foreign national entering the Country. The foreign national cannot work and must have monetary funds to support their stay in Mexico.

Non-Immigrants, FM-3s must provide proof of identity as well as a financial statement, proof of income. This income must be 250 times the minimum wages paid in Mexico City.

To fully immigrate as an FM-2, proof of income required is 400 times the minimum wages paid in Mexico City. The elite ruling class of Mexico does not appreciate immigrants that are not self-supporting or illegal aliens competing for jobs. Amnesty for law breakers is not an option for any person worldwide who enters Mexico without documents or inspection.

Voting regulations in Mexico are very strict to prevent voter fraud in elections. What an amazing concept. Proof of identity with a government issued photo voter ID is required to vote within a polling district. A fingerprint is also taken to prevent fraud. Elections are very serious business in Mexico compared to the United States of America.

Mexico controls their Borders with armed military troops. The fact that many military or police units are corrupt and 65 percent of cocaine and marijuana seized in the U.S. comes from Mexico is still not on the political "radar" in Washington D.C. 2006.

In 1989, the U.S. Government had fully armed squads of U.S. Marines as well as Army National Guard air support wings assisting in narcotics interdictions along the Arizona Border. It was a very effective operation, perhaps too effective! Politicians in Mexico were "outraged" that U.S. Marines were deployed along high intensity smuggling areas.

Very specific rules of engagement were in place for our Marines. If fired upon by armed smugglers while supporting U.S. Border Patrol missions they had the option of returning fire ending the situation.

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As the President of the United States and the U.S. Senate strives to comply with the Mexican Government disregarding the U.S. Constitution, existing laws and the majority will of voters, our lawmakers should also adopt Mexico’s Immigration regulations. Federal Immigration and Naturalization Requirements, criminal provisions in Mexico and most civilized nations are not subject to political intervention but a rule of law enforced by every commissioned law enforcement agency. In the United States of America, elected leaders for decades have created the Illegal Immigration Crisis by ignoring existing “Laws” and National Security “common sense” on our Borders and Sea Ports. For years, Human Smugglers I’ve arrested have stated that being caught was a part of the game, a “joke.” Most organized Smugglers spent less time in jail than the many months it took to gain prosecutable evidence in an felony investigation under 8 USC 1324.

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John W. Slagle is a U.S. Navy Aviation Veteran, Commercial Pilot, Multi-Engines rated and was a Firefighter, Engineer Lt. prior to United States Border Patrol service spanning 30 years. Duties included Agent/Medic, Special Tracking and Rescue Unit, Intelligence Officer, Sector Pilot to Criminal Investigator.

Slagle spent 12 years in undercover operations nationwide as a Special Agent, Anti-Smuggling Operations involving organized human trafficking, narcotics, certified Master Gun Smith and second degree Nidan black belt Goshin Iaido.












In a quest for "cheap labor” and illicit votes, both political parties have condoned the violation of laws long established by Congress, 8 USC 1324, 1325, and 1326 INA.