The Illegal Alien Civil Asset Forfeiture Act.

Illegal Alien Civil Asset Forfeiture Act.

Introduction:

Civil asset forfeiture is a law enforcement tool whereby anything gained as a result of a crime can be seized by law enforcement. Where I disagree is when citizens only suspected of a crime have property seized and have to prove their innocence to get it back. This procedure should only be used upon conviction. However with illegal aliens, all that need be established is that they entered the country illegally, and were caught in the country illegally.  Every day in the country illegally is a repeat offense. Establishing the approximate date and the number of illegal entrances would help in documenting the crime statistics.

Penalties:

All wages, all compensation, property, real estate, all possessions, any other income source including illegal, financial assets or gain of any kind, are all subject to immediate seizure upon discovery they are here illegally. No further crime need be proved nor legal procedure be undertaken, as just being in the country illegally is the standard for illegal alien asset forfeiture. Repeated entries into the country don’t matter since once in the country illegally the first time, the offense is committed, and any time spent outside the country is irrelevant. Once everything acquired in the US has been seized, they are subject to immediate deportation.

Assets to include all government benefits paid, and any money earned in the US and sent out of the country. In that case the illegal aliens may be deported in debt to the US and State Treasuries for both of those liabilities, and would have to pay all such money back before entering the US again for any reason, even as a tourist. To begin the forfeitures, start with anyone who has an ITIN number, but no proof of citizenship, Social Security Number or legal residence status.

States should be rewarded and compensated with half of all assets seized, to be distributed back to counties, cities, and local governments for the purpose of identifying illegal aliens in their jurisdiction and passing such information along to Homeland Security, including ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) and the Boarder Patrol.

No state, county, city, or local government shall be eligible for any seized assets if any government entity within a state has any form of sanctuary city law or policy, or any law or policy which seeks to harbor fugitive illegal aliens in any way from federal enforcement, asset seizure, and deportation.

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