This site, besides mocking the term undocumented, is an illegal immigration primer whose goal is to provide information on illegal immigration prevention, enforcement, and attrition.

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AMNESTY means never having immigration enforcement!

Those 'undocumented' are actually 'highly documented' with fraudulent documents our government readily accepts.

There should be no debate over illegal invasion.


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Liberty is a monument dedicated to freedom and liberty. She never meant that foreigners have the right to violate America's immigration laws. Statue of Liberty


National polls consistently reflect a strong dissatisfaction with the current mass immigration policies of the United States government.  Native-born and foreign-born Americans alike want a reduction in immigration.  Although the American public desires a significant reduction in immigration, institutions and organizations are not responding to this desire. See Disconnect.

Example Polls:

  • Wall Street Journal/NBC News, December 1998:
    72% feel "immigration should not increase because it will cost U.S. jobs and increase unemployment."

  • Wirthlin Worldwide, August 1997
    53% of all Americans think immigration should be decreased.

  • Horatio Alger Association, August 1996:
    67% of teens feel legal immigration to the U.S. should be reduced.

  • Wall Street Journal's American Opinion Survey, December 1996 72% of all Americans favor lowering immigration.

  • Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, March 1996 52% of adult Americans favor establishing a five-year ban on ALL legal and illegal immigration into the United States.

  • NPG/Roper Poll, February 1996:
    83% of Americans favor a lower level of immigration.
    70% want immigration reduced to 300,000 annually.
    20% want to halt all immigration.

  • USA Today/Gallup, July 1995
    65% of Americans thought that the level of immigration should be decreased.
    61% of immigrants favored a national identity ID card

  • CBS News/New York Times, September 1995:
    63% of Americans think immigration levels were too high.
    66% of Republicans want less immigration.
    60% of Democrats want less immigration.

  • Opinion Research Corporation, July 1995
    63% thought that our immigration policy is too generous.

  • CBS News/New York Times, September 1994
    63% of Americans thought that the level of immigration should be decreased, including 66% of Republicans, 60% of Democrats, and 64% of independents.

  • CBS News, January 1994
    65% thought conditions in the U.S. were too difficult to admit immigrants who have nothing.
    53% thought most recent immigrants cause problems.

  • Time/CNN, September 1993:
    80% consider it important for the federal government to track down illegal aliens living the United States.
    73% feel the U.S. should "strictly limit" immigration.
    50% favor requiring all U.S. citizens to carry a national identification card.

  • Newsweek, July 1993:
    59% feel that immigration was a good thing for this country in the past.
    60% feel that immigration is a bad thing for this country now.

  • CNN/USA Today/Gallup, July 1993:
    76% feel that immigration should be stopped or reduced until the economy improves.
    65% believe immigration should be decreased generally.

  •  Hispanic USA Research Group survey of Hispanic Americans, June 1993:
    89% of Hispanic Americans strongly support an immediate moratorium on immigration.
    74% feel fewer immigrants should be allowed and stronger restrictions should be enforced.

  • New York Times/CBS News, June 1993
    61% felt that immigration should be decreased

  • Latino National Political Survey, December 1992
    75% of Mexican-Americans agree there are too many immigrants in this country
    79% of Puerto Ricans agree;
    65% of Cuban-Americans agree;
    74% of "Anglos" agree.

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