A bill to clarify the rights of certain persons who are held or detained at a port of entry or at any facility overseen by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
A bill to prohibit the international hindering of immigration, border, and customs controls, and for other purposes.
A bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to include a criminal penalty and a ground of removability for financing the unlawful entry of an alien into the United States.
To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to facilitate the removal of aliens identified in the terrorist screening database, and for other purposes.
To clarify the rights of certain persons who are held or detained at a port of entry or at any facility overseen by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The "Finish the Wall Act" would require immediate resumption of border barrier construction and require DNA and fingerprint data collection at all Customs and Border Protection facilities that process adult aliens.
The "Border Safety and Security Act of 2023" would give the Sec. of DHS the authority to suspend the entry of illegal aliens to achieve operational control of the border during a crisis or surge. Additionally, H.R. 29 requires the Secretary to stop entries if DHS cannot return them to the country they entered through (like Remain in Mexico), or detain aliens until their hearings. Finally, H.R. 29 allows states and municipalities to sue the administration for not following the required suspension mentioned above.
The "Fund and Complete the Border Wall Act" would establish a federal fund to build effective border barriers along the entire southwestern border. The fund will be established by taxing all alien remittances, raising I-94 fees from $6 to $25, and reducing foreign aid to any nation by $2,000 per foreign citizen who crosses into the U.S. illegally.
The "Security First Act" would create a trust fund for FEMA's Operation Stonegarden, which provides funding to local law enforcement agencies to support joint efforts in securing the U.S. borders. H.R. 163 would also require a report on DHS hiring practices, designate Mexican Cartels as terrorist organizations, and call for a study on border security technology to determine needed upgrades.
To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act with respect to the parole or release of an asylum applicant, and for other purposes.