International Human Rights Commission of Judicial and Police Inquiries (IHRCJPI). NAFA – AICAC: http://court-inter.us/node/12850
Immigrants, documented and undocumented, continue to come to the U.S. for the same reasons they always have; to work, to reunite with family members, and to flee persecution. Further many also hope to escape poverty, abuse, human rights violations, and to pursue the American Dream. This is evidenced by the lack of basic rights in most of their homeland countries. Now more than ever before, thou-sands are applying for citizenship out of fear; they feel that they must become U.S. citizens to secure their best chances for protection from corrupt law enforcement agencies and possible immigration raids. https://books.google.com/books/about/The_Immigrant_s_Universe.html?id=jOOsQi_UxYEC
[“When the conclusion that the acquisition of subsistence is a basic [human] right, meets the assumption that the foreign policy of every nation ought at a minimum to recognize, officially whatever basic rights people have, it follows that the U.S. immigration foreign policy [shall] ought to indicate explicitly that subsistence rights are indeed basic. Further it should dictate that the compliance of these rights are mandatory, for the participation of these neighbor countries into to the U.S., trade and commerce including immigration visa’s quotas.” HHP]
“United States of America, the land of opportunities, the home of the brave” is a well known motto. Since Pilgrims migrated on the Mayflower, there has been no land more suited to reside in and raise a family. A record 1,046,539 persons were naturalized U.S. citizens in 2008 and 792,400 in 2016 were naturalized. The leading countries of birth of the new citizens were Mexico, India, and the Philippines. Fascination with the United States of America, is an occurrence that takes place all around the world. This country’s enchantment is so powerful that people from any given country would surrender every possession, endure any pain, and even risk their own lives just to arrive here. This is the only place on earth where a person may arrive with only the clothes he or she wears, with no education, and be immediately enthralled with dreams of greatness and, years later, be able to tell its story of glory.
I have found knowledge of the existence of our “American Dream” from people in small towns such as ‘El Escorial’ in Europe, to the people of another small town named ‘Bahia de Caraquez’ in South America. The American Dream, is a national ethos of the United States, in which freedom includes a promise of prosperity and success. First expressed by James Truslow Adams in 1931, citizens of every rank feel that they can achieve a “better, richer, and happier life.” The idea of the American dream is rooted in the second sentence of the Declaration of Independence, which states that “all men are created equal” and that they are “endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights” including “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
The U.S. response to foreign policy involving human rights, has come to depend heavily upon which rights being focused upon. Our policy in word as well as in practice, as it pertains to immigration policy, is not included in our US Constitution which was adopted in 1789. Before this time the U.S. officially favored unrestricted immigration for about the same period of time after the nation’s birth. Later, however, the Constitution granted Congress broad power to regulate foreign commerce in Article I, section 8. Next the civil war, federal law began to reflect the growing desire to restrict the immigration of certain groups, and in 1875 Congress passed the first restrictive status law with the Chinese Exclusion Act.
Nevertheless, in 2010 the U.S. Census Bureau counted over 8 million undocumented aliens inside the country. Based on the Bureau of Census’s experience in miscounting other segments of the population, the Bureau has estimated that there are over 12 million undocumented aliens in the country today 2017 could be many more undocumented within U.S.A. http://nafalaw.com/blog/?p=1551
This has turned on some states’ alarm switch and several states have been obligated to adopt their own immigration “reform and control law” creating several abrogation issues. Such as the Arizona’s anti-illegal immigrants statute trying to second guess the federal government, causing the U.S. Justice Department to file a lawsuit challenging this state’s immigration policy claiming that, the invalid law interferes with federal immigration responsibilities and “must be struck down.” http://nafalaw.com/blog/?p=86
Today technology has made the world a concrete single system where people immigrate continuously. There is no an insolate place in the planet. Many world problems exist now without solution, however, unless the U.S. makes a conscious effort with a constitutional solution to help freeing all these people from hunger and poverty the immigration “exodus” to the U.S. will be endless with the possible danger of another civil war. Yet, a great amount of information about this situation and the U.S. immigration foreign policy is readily available, and this great amount of information combined with the theoretical principles formulated here and in my book, does yield some significant implications for our U.S. immigration foreign policy. http://nafalaw.com/blog/?p=414
These same theoretical principles combined with other more detailed information about what is happening around us, would support other more detailed recommendations for a new immigration reform. An indication that this U.S., immigration problem is a political partitian problem (no different from the one with Obama Care), can be illustrated through an occurrence on the Senate Floor. The Blaze explained a day after Sen. Chuck Shumer, a Democrat of New York, gave a blistering critique of Mr. King on the Senate floor; Mr. Schumer blasted Mr. King for objecting to all attempts to give illegal immigrants a legal status in the U.S. His logic was that Republicans would pay the price politically for following Mr. King’s advice. “Let me say, they are following Steve King over the cliff…”
“Because not only are they hurting America, but because they are so afraid to buck this extremist- and he is extreme on immigration- they are going to make it certain that they will lose the 2016 Presidential election, that they will make sure that the Senate remains Democratic in 2016 and that the House turns Democratic.” http://nafalaw.com/blog/?p=1508
“When the conclusion that the acquisition of subsistence is a basic right, meets the assumption that the foreign policy of every nation ought [SHALL] at a minimum to recognize, officially whatever basic rights people have, it follows that the U.S. immigration foreign policy ought to indicate explicitly that subsistence rights are indeed basic. Further it should dictate that the compliance of these rights are mandatory, for the participation of these neighbor countries into to the U.S., trade and commerce including immigration visa’s quotas.”
The immigration dilemma that we have has resulted in many people arriving with visions of equal rights, and fair treatment, but find that they are unable to afford adequate living conditions, and have no equal rights. A lack of diversity has contributed to this, therefore, it has become necessary that we as a people demand rectified immigration laws. The illusions of grandeur that many arrive with are replaced with the reality of a country that would jail immigrant and refugee children. This country has forgotten what their symbols truly mean. http://nafalaw.com/blog/?p=1431
Lady Liberty has named herself “Mother of Exiles” has called for the “tired, poor, and huddled masses.” She knows that they are “yearning to breathe free” and she wants to adopt the “the homeless, and tempest-tost” who have traveled thousands of miles to escape poverty, hardship and persecution in their homelands. Emma Lazarus served as a conduit for the thoughts of Lady Liberty, and some have shown themselves to be jealous children. Those who were born from her begrudge those who are children of her heart. http://nafalaw.com/blog/?p=115
However, in the today’s world we live in, and in which world forces try more than ever before to destroy our nation, the United States, and destroy us as a society, there is an attenuating, one which attenuates and diminishes the intensity of one of our migratory landmark goodwill- and this is to take care first of our existence as a nation and our integrity as Americans taking care for our own human rights, therefore taking more care than ever before of our borders and limiting immigration and totally eliminating free immigration has become a subject of subsistence and a pivotal element on human rights for North America and its citizens.