Why Doesn’t the federal government ask the People about this..?
There is a typical principle, almost as if those in the U.S. Legislature do not know what the outcome would be, and since it was for a time moral and quite a wonderful thing to do, however, to continue honoring that principle becomes a detriment to the homeland, we believe that t his is what Executive Orders were originally intended.
That is to get the legislative branch of government the necessary time to review the law, organize a solution, plan the enactment, and ensure enough time for the proper amendments or repealing of such. Please do not confuse this with Constitution changing because the Constitution is not being change one iota.
What is being changed are the acts and various bills that have been added on to the primary legislation. Hart-Celler Act of 1965. This legislation placed a heavy emphasis on family reunification, designating 74% of visas for that purpose. There was no limit on spouses, unmarried minor children, and parents of U.S. citizens. The percentages for family reunification were as follows: Unmarried adult children of U.S. citizens (20%), spouses and unmarried children of permanent residents aliens (20%), married children of U.S. citizens (10%), brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens over age 21 (24%).
These new visa preferences created a swell of new chain migration and immigration in general. The Third World began to outpace European immigration to America for the first time in history, surpassing it by the end of the 1960s and doubling the numbers of European migration by the end of the 1970s.
In reaction to the flood of new immigrants brought by the Hart-Celler Act, and increasing numbers of undocumented immigrants from Mexico and Latin America, Congress attempted to reverse the consequences of the 1965 legislation by enforcing border patrol, using amnesty for undocumented immigrants in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, and proposing limits to family reunification policies. The effects of the ending the Bracero Program were increased undocumented Mexican migration because of the social capital gained during that period. Chain migration had provided relatively easy access to migration for Mexicans that the immigration legislation of the 1980s to the present has attempted to deal with.
Does not anyone out there in the U.S.A. have a twinkling or maybe just a pain in the wrong side of the body when one reads this information that clearly explains that since 1980 America knew of an illegal immigration program; yet, outside of doing the minimal effort Congress in Washington D.C., has done nothing about it?
Realize please that over a generation (30 plus) years have gone by and nothing has been done about chain migration which happens to be one of the largest instruments of law gouging known. Lest we remind anyone who cares that the latest ration of rubbish concerning chain migration is within the LGBT-Queer communities and subsequently their special interest groups.