My view on the ideal immigration law: Our quota is definitely too small. We should raise it. The law as it stands keeps out some we should let in, allows in some we should keep out. I would propose that 10,000 visas are available per week. Visas are granted by competitive examination in math and physics using story problems in english. There should be additional questions on US history and the constitution. The math problems should not be multiple guess either. 400 questions on the exam. One member of the family takes the test, but the family member brings in the spouse and children and parents (if they so choose) in with them. But everyone in the family counts toward the total number of visas awarded that week. On the flip side of that, the I9 nucience should be expanded from just employment to also house rentals and sales and any loan based on a US source of income must have an I9 form demonstrating that the borrower/renter is here legally. Any willful violation means a $25,000 fine plus a year jail time. Any illegal who commits any offense upon conviction gets 3 years additional in a special prison in northern Alaska. Then deported. There should be an additional 300 humanitarian visas permitted per week for such things are adoptions of under 10s and other reasons of that sort. I feel we should let in everyone we can who will be a positive, and keep out everyone who will not contribute.