H.R. 3286: 

SAFTE Act

Sponsored by:  Rep. David “Dave” Weldon [R-FL15, 1995-2008] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

To provide for a temporary moratorium on visas for certain aliens, and for other purposes.

H.Con.Res. 350: 

H.Con.Res. 350

Sponsored by:  Rep. Brian Kerns [R-IN7, 2001-2002] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

H.Con.Res. 350 is a No Amnesty resolution that says amnesty should not be granted to individuals who are in the U.S. illegally.

H.R. 4775: 

2002 Supplemental Appropriations Act for Further Recovery From and Response to Terrorist Attacks on the United States

Sponsored by:  Rep. W. Bill Young [R-FL13, 2013-2013] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

No Position

Making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2002, and for other purposes.

H.R. 4037: 

Central American Security Act

Sponsored by:  Rep. Thomas “Tom” Davis [R-VA11, 1995-2008] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Oppose

H.R. 4037, the Central American Security Act, would expand the NACARA amnesty and grant amnesty to some 2.3 million illegal aliens from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.

H.J.Res. 59: 

H.J.Res. 59

Sponsored by:  Rep. Mark Foley [R-FL16, 1995-2006] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

H.J.Res. 59 was a proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States that would deny citizenship to U.S. born children of illegal immigrants. Under current law, these babies are granted automatic citizenship and serve as "anchors" for additional migration.

S. 2493: 

Uniting Families Act of 2002

Sponsored by:  Sen. Thomas “Tom” Daschle [D-SD, 1987-2004] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Oppose

S. 2493, the Uniting Families Act, reinstate the Section 245(i) amnesty for one-year that rewards illegal aliens with a de facto amnesty by allowing certain illegal aliens to apply for a green card and to remain in the country while their application is processed.

H.R. 5600: 

Earned Legalization and Family Unification Act of 2002

Sponsored by:  Rep. Richard “Dick” Gephardt [D-MO3, 1977-2004] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Oppose

H.R. 5600, the Earned Legalization and Family Unification Act, would grant amnesty to some 6.5 million illegal immigrants in the United States. It would also increase chain migration by increasing the annual cap on family-based legal immigrants by about 250,000.

H.R. 4546: 

Bob Stump National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2003

Sponsored by:  Rep. Robert Stump [R-AZ3, 1977-2002] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

No Position

To authorize appropriations for fiscal year 2003 for military activities of the Department of Defense, and for military construction, to prescribe military personnel strengths for fiscal year 2003, and for other purposes.

H.R. 1918: 

Student Adjustment Act of 2001

Sponsored by:  Rep. Christopher “Chris” Cannon [R-UT3, 1997-2009] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Oppose

H.R. 1918, the Student Adjustment Act, would have granted a defacto amnesty by granting legal status to certain college-age illegal aliens who would qualify to receive in-state tuition rates. An estimated 500,000 to 600,000 illegal aliens would have qualified for this amnesty.

H.Con.Res. 220: 

Affirming the commitment of Congress to preserving the sovereignty of the United States and the integrity of its border.

Sponsored by:  Rep. Thomas “Tom” Tancredo [R-CO6, 1999-2009] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

Affirming the commitment of Congress to preserving the sovereignty of the United States and the integrity of its border.

H.R. 2712: 

Mass Immigration Reduction Act of 2001

Sponsored by:  Rep. Thomas “Tom” Tancredo [R-CO6, 1999-2009] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

H.R. 2712, the Mass Immigration Reduction Act, called for deep reductions in all categories of immigration, including: ending chain migration categories such as parents of adult children and siblings of adults, reducing the category of skilled workers to 5,000 per year from its current ceiling of 120,060 per year, limiting refugee admissions and asylee adjustments to a total of 25,000 annually and require that refugees and asylees reside legally in the United States for five years before they could apply for adjustment to permanent resident status, and ending the visa lottery. H.R.

H.R. 1885: 

Section 245(i) Extension Act of 2001

Sponsored by:  Rep. George Gekas [R-PA17, 1983-2002] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Oppose

To expand the class of beneficiaries who may apply for adjustment of status under section 245(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act by extending the deadline for classification petition and labor certification filings, and for other purposes.

H.R. 190: 

H.R. 190

Sponsored by:  Rep. Robert Stump [R-AZ3, 1977-2002] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

H.R. 190 would have put an end to the automatic granting of citizenship to babies born to illegal aliens in the U.S. -- some 200,000 a year. These babies can then serve as anchors for importing extended family members, thus adding significantly to U.S. population growth.

S. 1518: 

Visa Integrity and Security Act of 2001

Sponsored by:  Sen. Christopher “Kit” Bond [R-MO, 1987-2010] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

S. 1518, the Visa Integrity and Security Act, would have required H-1B employers to report to the INS as soon an H-1B visa holder has been fired or laid off. This reporting requirement would help deter visa overstays on the part of H-1B visa holders. It also would have implemented an entry-exit tracking system for visa holders. This would have helped reduce illegal immigration by signaling authorities when people who enter the U.S. legally on visas do not leave as then should and stay here illegally.

S. 1491: 

S. 1491

Sponsored by:  Sen. Olympia Snowe [R-ME, 1995-2013] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

S. 1491 would create and implement a fingerprint processing system for every visa holder. This would help increase interior enforcement by allowing for tracking of aliens while they are in the U.S. and decreasing the probability that an alien will overstay a visa and become an illegal alien.

S. 1749: 

Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform Act of 2001

Sponsored by:  Sen. Edward “Ted” Kennedy [D-MA, 1962-2009] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

S. 1749, Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform Act, would create a comprehensive alien tracking and identification system by implementing an entry-exit system with an integrated database of biometric identifiers for every visa holder. This would have greatly reduced the ability for a visa holder to overstay their visa and become an illegal alien in the U.S.

S. 1161: 

Agricultural Job Opportunity Benefits and Security Act of 2001

Sponsored by:  Sen. Larry Craig [R-ID, 1991-2009] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Oppose

S. 1161, the Agricultural Job Opportunity Benefits and Security Act, would grant amnesty to certain illegal aliens who have been working in the agricultural industry and displace American workers with more foreign workers.

H.R. 3229: 

Visa Entry Reform Act of 2001

Sponsored by:  Rep. Elton Gallegly [R-CA24, 2003-2013] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

H.R. 3229, the Visa Entry Reform Act, would implement an entry-exit system an an integrated database of biometric identifiers for every visa holder. It also would have created a comprehensive alien tracking and identification system. This would have reduced illegal immigration by decreasing the ability of a visa holder in the U.S. to overstay their visa and become an illegal alien.

S. 1627: 

Visa Entry Reform Act of 2001

Sponsored by:  Sen. Dianne Feinstein [D-CA] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

S. 1627, the Visa Entry Reform Act, would create a comprehensive alien tracking and identification system that would implement an entry-exit system to check every visa holder upon entering and exiting the U.S. It would also help reduce the number of applicants who are denied refugee status but then fail to leave the country.

H.R. 3222: 

High-tech Work Fairness and Economic Stimulus Act of 2001

Sponsored by:  Rep. Thomas “Tom” Tancredo [R-CO6, 1999-2009] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

H.R. 3222, the High-tech Work Fairness and Economic Stimulus Act, would reduce the annual number of H-1B visas from 195,000 for FY 2001-2003 to 65,000. In addition the bill would have allowed for a lower annual cap if necessitated by unemployment rates.

H.R. 3077: 

Visa Integrity and Security Act of 2001

Sponsored by:  Rep. Michael Castle [R-DE0, 1993-2010] in the 107th congress

NumbersUSA's Position:  

Support

H.R. 3077, the Visa Integrity and Security Act, would require H-1B employers to notify authorities if H-1B visa holders never show up for the job. The bill would have also created an entry-exit tracking system that would signal authorities when people who enter the U.S. legally on visas do not leave as they should and stay here illegally.