I agree 100% with the letter to the Editor that suggested $5,000 in BCIS fees for an expedited green card.
Why? If immigrant people all over America are losing money in the hands of "Immigration dispatchers" (they are not lawyers and charge up to $6,000 per person) with the false hopes of legalization that many times ends in deportation, as well as money lost in 245(i) and other legal processes that will take a lifetime to resolve, it's a much better option.
There are immigrants that are hard working people, and are willing to pay even more than $5,000 for the peace of mind to secure their rights to pursue their dreams.
They are very successful business people, cleaning houses, working as landscaping contractors, in full and part time jobs at the same time, etc.. and $5,000 may not a burden for them.
Many of them have more than me, a Swiss descendant, with blue eyes and blond hair, and who doesn't want to submit myself to all that hard work. They really work hard and I am a witness of that.
The expedited process can be tiered, with a corresponding higher fee charged in exchange for faster processing times. For example, a $5,000 fee would allow you to obtain a green card in 12 months, $7,500 for a 6-mos. wait and $10,000 for a premium 30 day processing time, with an "on the spot work permit" issued at the time of the full payment (deducting attorney fees if used in the process).
The process would also include a thorough security background check.
The immigrants will benefit from the expedited green card by having a reliable method to achieve his/her green card process.
The BCIS will collect at least $50,000,000,000 if we really have 10,000,000 undocumented immigrants in the US. That will be enough to create jobs for many Americans needed to work at the BCIS, and help to ease the current federal deficit that is at an all-time high.
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