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<<Approximately 52.7 million people entered the U.S. in 2017 on non-immigrant visas. How on earth could you possibly administer "citizen sponsors" and a required monthly check-in? Ironically, it's probably more realistic and would use fewer resources to try to deport ten million people one time than it would be to administer that on an ongoing basis.>>



Apparently we are issuing too many visas to give them the scrutiny they deserve to avoid abuse.

A good place to start would be to eliminate visas for students.

At present, increasing numbers of Chinese families are sending children to American elementary school to get hooked up for permanent residence eventually.

We are just being suckers.



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