Officials need 287(g) to control immigration

Why does Gwinnett County need 287(g) authority to help enforce immigration laws?

Illegal immigration is a serious problem and enforcement works as a solution. It has been proven over and over nationwide – including here in Georgia – that when 287(g) comes into a community, illegal aliens migrate out.

Most Americans regard this fact as a very positive improvement.

In 1995, the Bill Clinton-appointed chairwoman of the Commission on Immigration Reform was the late Barbara Jordan, D-Texas, the first black woman elected to Congress from the deep South. She said, “It is both a right and responsibility of a democratic society to manage immigration so that it serves the national interest.”

It does not serve the national interest to perpetuate the crime of illegal immigration.

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Officials need 287(g) to control immigration


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