Frank Roche, NC

Name: Frank Roche
District: US Congress/ NC-02
Party: Republican

1. There are approximately 12 million illegal aliens currently residing in the United States

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, many taking jobs from unemployed Americans. Will you oppose or support legislation that would grant any form of work authorization to illegal aliens?

A: Oppose – There can be no amnesty, or any other semantic twist of phrase: pathway to citizenship, or work authorization programs. As a member of Congress I will work to block any bill advocating for such from reaching the floor, or vote against any bill that proposes any type of legalization of illegal immigrants.

2. Each year the United States gives legal permanent residency (green cards) to another 1 million immigrants who often fill jobs at lower wages. Will you oppose or support legislation that would increase the overall number of immigrants (legal permanent residents/green card holders) admitted each year to the U.S.?

A: Oppose – Legal immigration is as big a problem for the US economy and the American worker as is illegal immigration. We must move away from family reunification as the basis of our legal immigration system. What America really needs is a mult-year moratorium on legal immigration; absent that we must sharply reduce legal immigration to below 400k per year

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, and base it on the economic needs of the country.

3. Despite growing welfare rolls and chronic youth joblessness, the United States admits over 700

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,000 guest workers annually to work in numerous professions. Will you oppose or support legislation that would increase the overall number of guest workers admitted each year to the U.S.?

A: Oppose – We must put American citizens first when it comes to jobs. Americans compete with foreign nationals at every skill level in the American labor force; it is the cause of stubbornly high unemployment rates generally, directly related to the historic high unemployment rate of Americans 16-25, and correlated with below potential growth rate of the US economy today.

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