Agencies Linked to BP
BORDERS-2 2021 Border Issues
BORDERS-3 Agencies linked to BP (here)
BORDERS-4-Lawsuits linked to BP
BORDERS-5 Links List
Ports (like Port Authority)
Funding Arena-1 Slush
Funding Arena-2 Donations
Funding Arena-3 Terrorism
Funding Arena-4 George Soros
Funding Arena-5 Grants
Funding Arena-6 Lawsuits
JUMPING RIGHT IN: FIGHTING ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION
Private Org’s (Citizen Watch/Activism)
Americans for Legal Immigration
A good place to get to know ALIPAC is to read their history of illegal immigration:
At the bottom of this history page you will see this:
Many articles, blogs, and opinion pieces about illegal immigration can be found in our General Discussion
Area (CLICK TO VIEW). And while we have a special section for illegal immigration articles written by William
Gheen of ALIPAC (CLICK TO VIEW), our main article collection point is in the illegal immigration News Stories
& Reports section (CLICK TO VIEW). We also have a large collection of illegal immigration videos (CLICK TO
VIEW), and a YouTube channel with many very interesting Videos about Illegal Immigration (CLICK TO VIEW).
While researching illegal immigration, you may also find our search feature useful (CLICK TO VIEW).
FAIR US Federation for American Immigration Reform
As concerned Americans, we all share a responsibility to look to the future and envision where current
policies may lead. Immigration is no different.
Immigration policies can determine what kind of America future generations will inherit – livable or
overcrowded, successful or overburdened. While we see our obligations to help the less fortunate around the
world, we also know that irresponsible border policies can undermine our own nation’s ability to be a
successful change agent for the human race. FAIR engages in community outreach to inform affected
communities of how national immigration policies affect their own situation, and invites them to engage in a
meaningful dialogue on how to shape immigration policies for the 21st Century and beyond.
As a non-partisan, public interest organization with a support base comprising nearly 50 private foundations
and over 1.9 million diverse members and supporters, FAIR is free of party loyalties and special interest
FAIR evaluates policies, seeking out solutions that help reduce the negative impact of uncontrolled
immigration on the nation’s security, economy, workforce, education, healthcare and environment.
FAIR seeks to reduce overall immigration to a more normal level. Reducing legal immigration levels from well
over one million at present to a very generous 300,000 a year over a sustained period will allow America to
manage growth, address environmental concerns, and maintain a high quality of life.
2021/04/28 Biden Evades Responsibility and Avoids Solutions to Raging Border Crisis, Charges FAIR. By Dan
Stopping Illegal Immigration and Securing the Border
Representative Kevin Yoder (R-KS), Chairman of the Homeland Security Appropriations Committee, met with
DHS personnel at the US-Mexico border on June 6, 2018.The Department of Homeland Security is committed
to enforcing our immigration laws so that we can secure our border and keep the American people safe. DHS
is taking action to disrupt cartels, smugglers, and nefarious actors. These actions include referring and then
prosecuting 100 percent of illegal border crossers, building the first new border wall in a decade, and
deploying the National Guard to the border. However, smugglers, human traffickers, and nefarious actors
know our loopholes well and continue to exploit them. To truly keep the American people safe, we must end
legal loopholes that have left us with policies that serve as tremendous magnets for illegal immigration.
AGENCIES LINKED TO BORDER PATROL (BP)
US Customs and Border Protection
https //www cbp gov/travel/trusted-traveler-programs/global-entry/enrollment-centers/new-mexico
One contact for CBP NM:
Albuquerque International Sunport Airport (ABQ)
2200 Sunport Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Located on Departure Level West End
Hours of Operation:
10:00AM - 4:00PM, Monday - Friday
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Social Security Administration (SSA)
Health and Human Services (HSS)
Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI)
Various sheriffs offices including (examples not complete list)
Yuma County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO)
San Diego Sheriffs Department Narcotic and Gang Unit
The team consists of Sheriff's Investigators, a Sheriff's Sergeant and a U.S. Border Patrol Agent and is an element of the
Sheriff’s Special Investigations Division. The team conducts narcotics investigations, surveillance and interdiction
missions, Domestic Highway Enforcement, and tactical operations.
VOLUNTEER CIVILIAN GROUPS, ACTIVISM
Excerpt: Welcome to ALIPAC! We hope you will join our fight AGAINST the costly and deadly illegal immigration & illegal
immigrant invasion of America by JOINING our ACTIVISM ALERTS (Click Here). We hope you will join our discussions here
and our fight against illegal immigration & Amnesty!
Excerpt: About Jim Gilchrist
Jim Gilchrist founded the multi-ethnic Minuteman Project on October 1, 2004 after years of frustrated efforts trying to get
a neglectful U.S. government to simply enforce existing immigration laws.
Jim holds a B.A. in newspaper journalism, a B.S. in business administration, and an M.B.A. in taxation. He is a former
newspaper reporter and a retired California CPA (Certified Public Accountant).
Jim is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and recipient of the Purple Heart award for wounds sustained while serving with
an infantry unit in Vietnam, 1968–1969.
Mr. Gilchrist is a passionate defender of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and an avid supporter of law
enforcement organizations. He has appeared on over 4,000 radio, TV, and print media interviews, and he believes he is
only one of millions of 21st century minutemen / women / children who want the U.S. to remain governed by the “rule of
law” and who want proactive enforcement of our national security protections and our immigration legal code.
Understanding the Threat
Authorize The Use Of Volunteer Civilian Groups.
It’s true that despite the enormous effort of the government to stop illegal immigration, it is still easy to get into the U.S.
territory. Every day, thousands of people illegally cross the southern and northern borders. While most of them are
entering simply because of the search of a better life, their actions adversely affect the lives of others. Farmers and
ranchers, who live along the borders, suffer daily due to illegal immigration. Illegal immigrants destroy fences and gates,
leave massive amount of trash, vandalize properties, steal livestock, and damage water pipes. There are even instances
that they kidnap innocent victims for ransom. Almost daily, ranch owners have to deal with these problems, which make
their lives in the field really hard. This is the very reason why various civilian groups have emerged to try and solve this
issue where the federal authorities have effectively failed. And these civilian patrol groups are uniting to fight against this
never-ending illegal entry. While civilian patrol groups are not legally authorized to conduct their activities, many
concerned citizens support their action to increase our borders’ security. According to law, we, as citizens, have the right
to defend ourselves, protect our properties, and make an arrest in case of breaches of the peace. And as what Jim
Gilchrist, a retired accountant and decorated Vietnam War veteran who is helping recruit Minutemen across the country,
said, “I felt the only way to get something done was to do it yourself.”
ACTS, PROGRAMS, EXECUTIVE ORDERS, etc.
Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA)
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is a United States immigration policy that allows some individuals with unlawful
presence in the United States after being brought to the country as children to receive a renewable two-year period of
deferred action from deportation and become eligible for a work permit in the U.S. To be eligible for the program,
recipients cannot have felonies or serious misdemeanors on their records. Unlike the proposed DREAM Act, DACA does
not provide a path to citizenship for recipients. The policy, an executive branch memorandum, was announced by
President Barack Obama on June 15, 2012. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services began accepting applications for the
program on August 15, 2012.
See this article on DACA and Trump’s approach:
Excerpt: End DACA
On Sept. 5, 2017, Trump announced a wind-down of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA).9 The
program postpones the deportation of undocumented immigrants who had been brought to the United States as
children. It assigns them work permits allowing them to obtain social security numbers, pay taxes, and become part of
“mainstream” society. On June 18, 2020, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that his action was not
DACA offers a two-year deferral of deportation those under 31 who were brought to the United States without
documentation as children. President Obama launched the program with an executive order in 2012.59
On Jan. 25, 2018, Trump signed an executive order to replace DACA. It would offer a 10-12-year path to citizenship for 1.8
million immigrants who arrived in the United States illegally as children. It would also drastically restrict legal
immigration and add funds for the border wall. Yet, it didn't pass through Congress.60
A year later, Trump again asked Congress to approve a similar plan. He offered to protect DACA recipients for three years
in exchange for border wall funding.61 Democrats rejected it because it's not permanent.62
The Cato Institute estimated that the elimination of DACA could cost the economy $215 billion in lost GDP over 10 years.63
That's the amount of lost spending power from these employed young people
E-Verify - DHA, SSA
The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) of 1996 added the 287(g) provision that provides authority for state and local
law enforcement agencies to investigate, detain, and arrest illegal aliens. However, it’s a completely voluntary program
that only encourages state and local law officials to participate if they want to be involved in immigration enforcement.
Since the program began, only about 1,300 police officers have been trained by ICE.
The Secure Fence Act of 2006, signed into law by George W. Bush, mandated the construction of 652 miles of fences
along our Southern borders. And as of February 2012, DHS has completed 651 miles of barriers.
San Diego Area
REACT (now named San Diego Sector Border Patrol Tactical Unit -BORTAC)
Marine Interdiction Unit (now led by CBP's Office of Air & Marine)
Operation Gatekeeper on October 1, 1994, an initiative that aimed to restore integrity and safety at the Nation's busiest
Border Safety Initiative (BSI). In 1998, the BSI was initiated, a multi-faceted border safety campaign designed to reduce
injuries and prevent fatalities along the border.
BORSTAR (Border Patrol Search, Trauma and Rescue team)
Air Mobile Unit (recently merged into Mobile Response Team)
Smuggling Interdiction Group (SIG)- consolidated a variety of special-purpose enforcement units in the areas of
smuggling interdiction, investigation, and intelligence
Updates: 2021/04/25 added San Diego BP along with more acts detail over the years, Texas BP, Arizona BP, NM BP info; 2021/04/24 PAGE STARTED-agencies linked
BORDERS-3 AGENCIES LINKED TO Border Protection (here)
Jumping Right in: Fighting Illegal Immigration Org’s, Agencies
Agencies Linked to BP
Volunteer Civilian Groups, Activism
Acts, Programs, Executive Orders, etc.