Mick Rich on Immigration
Martin Heinrich (D): Yes. Original supporter of DACA, backs "tough but fair path to earned citizenship."
Gary Johnson (L): Unclear. Wants "immigrants to obtain work visas & move back & forth across border."
Mick Rich (R): No. If want citizenship, "they must leave & apply like anyone else."
A: Secure our borders. Non-Citizens who break our laws and don't work or go to school cannot stay. Illegal immigrants that came before 2008 can obtain legal status, but they must exit the country and re-enter the country legally. DREAMers will receive legal status and can apply for citizenship with the legal immigrants seeking citizenship. A new legal immigration policy on applicant merit, not family relationships.
Immigration is an essential issue to address at the federal level, Rich said. To him, immigrants don't just come for jobs, but to become Americans. "We're looking at this and saying the only people we're holding responsible for immigration issues are employers," Rich said. "We saw kids come here. They weren't coming for jobs, they were coming to live here. It's not just about jobs, it's about freedom."
There is a limit to how many immigrants should be allowed in the country, Rich said, and he said he is committed to negotiating the issue. We can only accept so many immigrants without making it so that nobody can be successful," he said. "It costs substantial funds to bring a person in in immigration. No enough funds are allocated per person."
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