Real Immigration Reform Now

Illegal immigration costs North Carolina taxpayers $1.75 billion net annually. Read the full report click here to learn more about the impact of illegal immigration on NC.

NC Listen advocates these 4 basic immigration policies to combat illegal immigration and increasing legal immigration:

  1. Enforce Immigration Laws and Control Our Borders
  2. No More Amnesties
  3. Return to Lower, More Sensible Legal Immigration
  4. No additional “Guest Worker” Programs; Require E-Verify – Americans Need Jobs

You can learn more about these policy recommendations on our Policy Page.

More terror plots but Judge dismisses Fed requirement to consult with States on refugees

Immigration Activists and Concerned Citizens,

According to new Congressional data hundreds of terror plots have been attempted in the USA since 9/11, mostly involving foreign-born suspects to include dozens of refugees. According to US Senator Jeff Sessions “the data makes clear the USA not only lacks the ability to properly screen foreign individuals prior to their arrival here, but also that our nation has an unprecedented assimilation problem”.

With this as a backdrop, Federal District Judge David C. Godbey recently dismissed all of the State of Texas’ claims against the federal government and International Rescue Committee (IRC) in its suit against them over the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the Lone Star State and failing to consult with the State on the resettlement of Syrian refugees within Texas. Federal law states that the Director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement “shall consult” with state and local governments and voluntary non-profit agencies concerning the sponsorship process and the intended distribution of refugees among the states and localities before their placement.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton expressed his disappointment in Judge Godbey’s order in a statement. “I am disappointed with the court’s determination that Texas cannot hold the federal government accountable to consult with us before resettling refugees here,” he said. “We are considering our options moving forward.

Obama’s DHS leader says the right wing poses the same threat as Islamist extremists

Immigration Reformers and Concerned Citizens,

Jeh Johnson, the appointed head of DHS by President Obama, recently said the right wing is as dangerous as Islamist extremists.

And the Obama Administration and DHS’s Jeh Johnson are putting our nation at risk due to political correctness and incompetence that truly threatens our homeland security. Read the two below articles.

Click on this link “Daily Caller Jeh Johnson says right wing same as Islamist extremists article.

Please email I’ve made it easy – NC House bill to protect jobs for citizens

Immigration Activists and Concerned Citizens,

Help protect jobs for citizens, not illegal immigrants. You must act NOW.

North Carolina state legislation HB 1069 has one more committee hearing and vote in the NC House Appropriations committee as soon as this Wednesday, June 15, and it will fix the bad loopholes in our existing state E-Verify law in order to truly protect jobs for citizens.

I’VE MADE IT EASY TO EMAIL COMMITTEE MEMBERS…..see down below. Copy and paste the email below and contact list.

State of NC is giving incentives to companies who then hire foreign workers, instead of citizens

Immigration Reformers and Concerned Citizens,

The state of North Carolina, through their jobs incentive program, is giving our taxpayer dollars to companies who then hire foreign workers instead of citizens, through visa programs.

Yes it is true.

I reported on this over a year ago and HCL Technologies (aka sometimes HCL America) is one of the companies I mentioned, and it is in the news article below.

NC House bill 1069 to protect jobs for citizens passes first committee

Immigration Activists and Concerned Citizens,

I was at the Regulatory Reform Committee hearing today, June 8th, and NC House bill 1069 was passed in committee. It will fix the bad loopholes in our existing state E-Verify law in order to truly protect jobs for citizens and also fix a loophole that illegal immigrant advocacy groups are using to try to pass their “community” ID as a real ID document.

HB 1069 will have to go to another NC House committee, probably Appropriations, but we will let you know as we track and follow this bill.

We are surrounded by states who have E-Verify laws and South Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia have much tougher E-Verify laws than we do. If we don’t toughen our state E-Verify law, illegals will come here from surrounding states. Illegals tend to go where the immigration-related laws are weak.

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