It's Time to "Phase Down"
Mass Immigration

After four decades of mass immigration, let's try something new...

Phase Immigration Down so we can Phase Americans Back In!

Immigration is an optional program that is supposed to respond to the needs and desires of the American people. Our government can and should determine admission levels based on what’s best for America, but that's not happening.

For too long, Americans have been left out of the equation. Special interests have pushed for and sanctioned the preferences that allow employers to prefer foreign workers over American workers, and it is they who have buried the negative impacts on the native born labor force.

It’s time to put the needs of Americans first.


  • Tighten the labor market to help advance the leverage and opportunities for Americans.
  • Open up resources in primary and secondary education for American students.
  • Provide a breathing space so we can be sure criminals and other bad actors are not entering illegally or through resettlement programs.
  • Reduce the fiscal drain immigration creates, not just on schools, but on state budgets, medical care and the national deficit.


⇣  PHASE DOWN extended relative preferences. These extended relations have created something called chain migration, and make it impossible to control the numbers. Over a period of five years, these categories would be phased out to immediate relatives only.
⇣  PHASE DOWN annual numerical limits to cap the annual number of green cards issued per year.
⇣  PHASE DOWN the nonimmigrant visa categories that allow foreign workers to stay effectively forever and displace American workers, while limiting work authorization for those nonimmigrant workers already in the country.
⇣  PHASE DOWN illegal immigration, end amnesty discussions and encourage those here illegally to return home.

recommended reading

Mass Immigration's Impact on Public Education
The Elephant in the Classroom
Mass Immigration's Impact on Public Education
Public school districts across the United States are suffering under a massive unfunded mandate imposed by the federal government: the requirement to educate millions of illegal aliens, the school age children of illegal aliens, refugees and legal immigrant students. more...

U.S. Immigration and the Environment
U.S. Immigration and the Environment
Exploding U.S. population levels were a primary concern among enivronmentalists at the birth of the movement in the 1970s, but those roots have all but withered. Unfortunately, the national environmental movement will no longer talk about U.S. population, let alone immigration’s role. more... 
 Out of the Shadows: Immigration and the Plight of the American Worker Out of the Shadows
Shining a Light on Immigration and the Plight of the American Worker
Business lobbyists are constantly calling for an increase in immigration and guest worker programs in order to create an endless pool of cheap labor. It is not that there is a lack of American workers, but rather, that there are few Americans who will work for what some employers want to offer. more...

The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Immigration on U.S. Taxpayers
The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Immigration on U.S. Taxpayers
Illegal immigration costs U.S. taxpayers about $113 billion a year at the federal, state and local level. The bulk of the costs — some $84 billion — are absorbed by state and local governments. more... 

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