Marco Rubio on Consequences for Violating Immigration Laws
In the Immigration Bill, there have been provisions that expand fiancé visas, but Rubio is saying that this is what can lead to possible threats and attacks similar to those of ISIS. He stated that background checks are not issued appropriately and that there’s a procedural breakdown in the process. Groups similar to ISIS have a sophisticated understanding of the immigration laws in foreign countries. They use this understanding to infiltrate killers and other persons not beneficial to the US. He says that this is a new threat that has to be confronted. Rubio states that as a presidential, he does not support anything until the border is secure. And once done, the immigration laws can be enforced and modernized. If the US doesn’t know who you are and why you are coming, then you cant get into the US. He said he would deal with those who have entered illegally in a reasonable way, but there will be consequences for violating the laws. Any criminal alien and any person who does not qualify to be in the US pertaining to the law will be deported. Those who pass all the checks will be eligible for a work permit, however they will face consequences for violating the law.