Attrition Through Enforcement: A Workable Plan

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    "Mass legalization and mass deportation are two unworkable, unrealistic means of addressing the nation's illegal immigration problem. Mass legalization — aka amnesty — was tried in 1986 and it resulted in more illegal immigration, significant fraud, and facilitated the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, just to name a few problems. Furthermore, the federal government simply does not have the capacity to adequately adjudicate 11 million amnesty applications: USCIS Director Alejandro Mayorkas recently testified that an amnesty would create "the mother of all backlogs" that "clearly" the nation's immigration "systems could not handle." It is not surprising that two-thirds of Americans oppose amnesty. Similarly, mass deportation doesn't have any support, nor is any serious organization calling for it."

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