Last updated on: 6/22/2010 | Author: ProCon.org

Colorado Alliance for Immigration Reform (CAIR) Biography

Position:
None Found to the question "Is the ACLU Good for America?"
Reasoning:

No position found as of June 23, 2010

Theoretical Expertise Ranking:
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Description:

“Colorado Alliance for Immigration Reform (CAIR) is a non-profit, Colorado organization seriously concerned with America’s rapid population growth and the devastating effects that growth will have on the future of Colorado and the nation…

CAIR is calling for a pro-active, national policy to stabilize U.S. population and conserve our natural resources by insisting Congress set more realistic numbers of legal immigration. (not exceeding 100,000 per year). CAIR supports the principles of the Alliance for Stabilizing America’s Population (ASAP), formulated in Colorado in 1997. We support immediate enactment of a 5-year immigration moratorium with an all-inclusive, firm cap of 100,000 immigrants (including refugees and asylees) per year.

We oppose additional amnesties granting legal status or citizenship to illegal aliens. Amnesties reward illegal behavior while unnecessarily adding to population growth, driving unending chain migration, and encouraging illegal entry to the U.S. Existing laws requiring apprehension and deportation of all illegal aliens in the U.S. must be enforced. Officials failing to enforce our laws must be replaced. Offspring of illegal aliens should not be granted automatic U.S. citizenship. Many argue convincingly that the 14th Amendment does not guarantee citizenship to offspring of illegal aliens.”

“About CAIR,” www.cairco.org (accessed June 22, 2010)

Mission:

“[To inform] the citizens of Colorado and their elected representatives on the need for population stabilization through immigration reduction.”

“About CAIR,” www.cairco.org (accessed June. 22, 2010)

Other:
Nonprofit organization
Quoted in:
  1. Is Illegal Immigration an Economic Burden to America?