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Gosar Endorses Greene's America First Immigration Act

WASHINGTON D.C. – Congressman Paul Gosar, D.D.S (AZ-4) announced today that he has signed on as an original cosponsor to Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Protect America First Act, which would end the Joe Biden created crisis at our Southern border by re-asserting a zero-tolerance immigration policy, ensuring the safe return of unaccompanied alien children, reducing human trafficking, deporting criminal aliens, and ending chain migration.

“Joe Biden’s decision last month to release illegal aliens into Yuma County on a daily basis has opened up the spigot of border crossings. My worst fears are coming true: Illegal aliens are flooding my District through Yuma, Arizona. In less than two months, the Biden Administration has destroyed much of President Trump’s progress in securing our southern border. The Protect America First Act will put an end to the terrible, America last policies that the Biden administration has unloaded on the American people in his first two months in office and I commend my colleague from Georgia for taking the lead on this effort,” said Congressman Gosar.


The Protect America First Act will:

  • Enact a 4-year moratorium on immigration and accelerate the time between apprehension and deportation. 
  • Ensure the safe return of unaccompanied alien children, reduces human trafficking, increases deportation for criminal aliens, and ends chain migration. 
  • Expedite removal of illegal aliens from 3 months to 30 days. 
  • Build the Wall and name it after President Donald J. Trump 
  • Cut off Funding for Sanctuary Cities 
  • Support Local Law Enforcement in their execution of immigration policy 
  • Empower ICE to detain and deport violent criminal aliens 
  • Revive President Trump’s Zero Tolerance Immigration Policy 
  • Rescind President Biden’s Open Borders Immigration Executive Orders 
  • Revoke Deferred Action on Child Aliens (DACA) and Deferred Action on Parental Accountability (DAPA)
  • Remove funding for Central and South American Countries whose citizens violate this Act by migrating here illegally.

To read a summary of H.R. 1883 click HERE.