“Illegal Alien” is a legal and accurate term for aliens (non-citizens) present in the United States in violation of our very liberal immigration laws. Note: According to the anti-enforcement Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, Georgia is home to more illegal aliens than green card holders.
It is a term used by the Supreme Court of the United States, the IRS, Presidential Executive Orders, federal appellate courts, federal and state law enforcement, federal law, and Georgia law.
Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996
SEC. 204. INCREASED NUMBER OF ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS.(a) IN GENERAL.-The number of Assistant United States Attorneys employed by the Department of Justice for the fiscal year 1997 shall be increased by at least 25 above the number of Assistant United States Attorneys that were authorized to be employed as of September 30, 1996.
(b) ASSIGNMENT.-Individuals employed to fill the additional positions described in subsection (a) shall prosecute persons who bring into the United States or harbor illegal aliens or violate other criminal statutes involving illegal aliens.
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