Maybe voters who live in the Georgia 11th District can get some answers from Congressman Barry Loudermilk. We get silence. Contact info here.
The below email was sent to Georgia Congressman Barry Loudermilk’s Washington D.C. office (Brandon Cockerham press staffer Brandon.Cockerham@mail.house.gov)on March 13, 2019. It was sent again the next day and I posted a Tweet to the congressman alerting his office to the email.
No response has been received.
My email is below. I have added some links to educate the reader.
March 13, 2019
“Issue: There are currently about 1.8 million on, or eligible for, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in the U.S. Those identified as DACA/DACA eligible were minors when they were brought to the U.S. by their parents. While some of the parents came across the border illegally, some of the parents came legally on visas, but remained after their visas expired. This is a unique problem that current law does not clearly address.
Solution: We must change the law to clearly address the DACA situation, otherwise the courts will ultimately make the decision. We need to consider a system to allow the DACA individuals to apply for renewable contingent nonimmigrant legal (CNS) status, which would allow them to stay in the country, but would not automatically grant them U.S. citizenship.
Issue: Although DACA recipients are technically considered to be legally in the country – due to the vagueness of our laws, they should not be given blanket amnesty
Solution: Any program that addresses DACA must require all applicants to pay a fine/fee to apply. And, these fees should go to funding enhanced border security.”