Open Letter to President Trump and the American People regarding DACA

An Open Letter to President Trump and the American People

January 3, 2018
Dear President Trump:

Over the past 30 years we have seen one president after another and every Congress protect illegal aliens at tremendous financial cost to this country and even worse the loss of tens of thousands of lives. We the undersigned are a small portion of those whose families have paid the ultimate price with the death of a loved one.

While you cannot bring our loved ones back you can make sure that no one else suffers like we have.

The deal we hear being bandied about does not begin to live up to your promise. In fact, it will end any further opportunity to bring about true illegal immigration reform.

Granting relief to DACA recipients tells those, whose fault it is that they are here, “You killed our children and loved ones, but we’ll protect yours”

Before any action is taken to protect DACA recipients, we, law abiding citizens and legal immigrants, demand the following:

  • An end to sanctuary states, counties and cities and the prosecution under Title 8 U.S. Code § 1324 of those officials who refuse to obey federal law.
  • Mandatory use of e-verify
  • Criminal prosecution of all employers who hire illegal aliens
  • An operational biometric process to ensure that those who overstay their visas are removed and a new lawcriminalizing overstaying your visa.
  • Increased border security throughout the southern border by any means necessary
  • An end to chain migration and the diversity immigration lottery
  • An end to birthright citizenship.
  • A massive increase in the deportation of those whose fault it was in DACA recipient’s presence in the UnitedStates
  • Increasing the penalty for entering the country illegally to a felony and a mandatory 10-year sentence forentering once you have already been deported.As law abiding citizens we demand that our Constitutional rights be guaranteed and protected before anyone who has entered our country illegally is given any deference.AVIAC is a 501c3 organization founded by families who have lost loved ones to illegal alien crime, uniting to promote American safety and security through legislative education, victim and family support and public action.

Don Rosenberg

Mary Ann Mendoza

Maureen Maloney

Sabine Durden

Michelle Wilson-Root

Maureen Laquerre

Brian McCann