H.R. 1196, the LEAVE Act, would prevent illegal aliens from purchasing homes or receiving taxpayer-funded housing, stop illegal aliens from receiving Social Security payments, create a births and deaths registry in order to reduce identity fraud, end birthright citizenship, and call for fencing of the border and an increase in the number of border control agents. H.R. 1196 would also mandate the use of the E-Verify program and allow local law enforcement agencies to enforce America's current immigration laws.
H.R. 1134, Enforce the Law for Sanctuary Cities Act, would prevent sanctuary cities' law enforcement agencies from receiving federal funding.
H.R. 1091, the Unlawful Border Entry Prevention Act, would amend the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 to authorize the Secretary of Homeland Security to construct no less than 350 miles of reinforced fencing along the United States-Mexico border, and to gain operational control over such border.
H.R. 800, Jobs Recovery by Ensuring a Legal American Workforce Act of 2011, would permanently reestablishes the E-Verify employment verification system and requires all employers to use the system to verify that all current employees and future hires are allowed to work in the United States.
H.R. 787, the No Social Security for Illegal Immigrants Act, would prohibit work by an illegal alien from counting toward Social Security qualifications. This would apply to all work before, on, or after enactment of this legislation and would require the Commissioner of Social Security to recalculate allocations.
H.R. 704, SAFE for America Act, would eliminate the visa lottery. The visa lottery gives out 50,000 green cards each year, and it does not take into account humanitarian need, family connections, or potential contribution to the United States.
H.R. 693, E-Verify Modernization Act of 2011, would make the E-Verify program permanent, make E-Verify mandatory for all new employees after 60 days, allows employers to check existing employees, and protect employers from having to spend resources training an employee before a confirmation.
H.R. 691, Fairness in Lending Act of 2011, would prevent credit from being extended to a consumer without a valid Social Security number, thereby preventing illegal aliens from receiving a mortgage.
H.R. 692, Nuclear Family Priority Act, would eliminate current green card categories for adult brothers and sisters, married and unmarried adult sons and daughters, and create a special non-working visa for parents. By not providing an increase in any other category, overall immigration would decrease by more than 111,800 per year (1.118 million a decade). The numbers would also be indirectly reduced by this bill because there would be fewer spouses or parents of U.S. citizens that would be brought into the country by immigrants.