For the purpose of This Legislation the term People/Person are those who are Legal Immigrants and Migrants, Documented Immigrants and Migrants, Undocumented Immigrants and Migrants, Illegal Immigrants and Migrants, Refugees, Asylum Seekers, Persons Charged and Convicted of a Crime or Person Charged and Convicted of a Felony.
For the purpose of This Legislation The Tracking Device is a Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Approved Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Biocompatible microchip, when Implanted in a Person will transmit a signal which can be detected by Orbital Geostationary Satellite or an designed Antennae to Constantly Track the location of The RFID signal on an Monitor.
Whereas: According to DOJ It is reported that between 2013 and 2017, 8% of asylum seekers failed to appear in court for their final decision and in fiscal year 2018 7,072 denials were the results of the asylum seeker failing to appear in court.
Whereas: The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) reported the number of in absentia orders, that is, orders of removal issued in cases when the alien fails to appear, continues to increase. In FY 2016, 32,149 in absentia removal orders were issued, FY 2017, 40,579 in absentia removal orders were issued a 26% increase over 2016. For the first two quarters of FY 2018, 22,411 in absentia orders were issued which is trending to surpass FY 2017.
Whereas: The Pending Unaccompanied Children (UAC) Cases for 2016 was 51,706, 2017 71,521, and as of 03/31/2018 76,634. (Per The United States Department of Justice)
Whereas: The UAC In Absentia Removal Orders in 2016 were 6,557, in 2017 6,931 and as of 03/31/2018 3,487. (Per The United States Department of Justice)
Whereas: From October to December 2017, ORR [Office of Refugee Resettlement] attempted to reach 7,635 UAC [unaccompanied alien children] and their sponsors. Of this number, ORR was not able to reach 1500 UAC
Whereas: 10.7 million was an That’s the latest estimate of the number of unauthorized immigrants in the United States in 2016 (according Augmented US Census Bureau Data).
Whereas: The number of immigrants ICE arrested in fiscal year 2018 who were convicted criminals was 105,140.
Whereas: The number of inmates in state and federal prisons who are not US citizens, according to the latest prison population report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics for 2016 was 83,573.
Whereas: Undocumented immigrants are 142% more likely to be convicted of a crime than other Arizonans. ( according to a study of data in that state by economist John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center.)
Whereas: The U.S. civilian workforce includes 7.6 million unauthorized immigrants in 2017 working illegally. (US Census Bureau Data)
Whereas: About two-thirds (66%) of unauthorized immigrant adults in 2017 had been in the U.S. more than 10 years. (US Census Bureau Data)
Whereas: Six states account for 57% of unauthorized immigrants: California, Texas, Florida, New York, New Jersey and Illinois.
Whereas: According to a testimony to the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee by Mark Morgan (former Border Patrol Chief) he has said that the U.S. isn’t sure of the background of those coming to the country, and often loses them. That there has been a 50 percent jump in illegal immigrant gang members coming into the United States this year. In the report by Mark Morgan titled “Unprecedented Migration at the U.S. Southern Border: By the Numbers” April 4, 2019 Washington, DC he warned of loopholes in federal law will result in some 650,000 illegal immigrants — more than the population of Wyoming — being released into the United States, where most will “never to be heard from again.”
Whereas: It is known that Traffickers are using kidnapped kids to get across The Southern Border southern border of the United States. Details of how traffickers are using kidnapped children to help others gain entry as “families.” Evidence is now overwhelming that human traffickers are using “child recycling rings” to smuggle people across the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, according to U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen.
Whereas: From 2001 through 2018, the remains of at least 3,011 dead migrants have been recovered in southern Arizona, Pima County according to the Humane Borders website. These remains are decomposed and unidentifiable.
Whereas: There is a need for a more thorough and efficient way of Vetting an individual for their background and obtaining pertinent information valuable for security and safety.
Be it enacted an law required the above described Person/People to be fitted with a device to monitor their whereabouts for their safety and the safety and common good of United States Citizens.