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H.R. 2: Secure the Border Act

This bill addresses issues regarding immigration and border security, including by imposing limits to asylum eligibility.

H.R. 5585: Agent Raul Gonzalez Officer Safety Act

This bill establishes new federal criminal offenses for operating a motor vehicle within 100 miles of the U.S. border while fleeing from a U.S. Border Patrol officer or a federal, state, or local law enforcement officer who is actively assisting or under the command of the U.S. Border Patrol.

The bill establishes criminal penalties for an offense, including a mandatory minimum prison term for an offense resulting in death or serious bodily injury. Additionally, a non-U.S. national who is convicted of or admits to committing an offense is inadmissible, deportable, and ineligble for immigration relief (including asylum).

H.R. 6678: Consequences for Social Security Fraud Act

This bill makes certain acts related to Social Security or identification document fraud a ground for (1) barring a non-U.S. national (alien under federal law) from admission into the United States, or (2) deporting the individual.

Specifically, this ground shall apply to an individual who has been convicted of the relevant offense or has admitted to committing the acts which constitute the essential elements of the offense. Offenses that trigger this ground of inadmissibility and deportability include (1) knowingly and without lawful authority producing a false identification document, and (2) making a false statement of material fact in an application for Social Security disability benefits.

H.R. 6679: No Immigration Benefits for Hamas Terrorists Act

This bill imposes immigration-related penalties on certain non-U.S. nationals (aliens under federal law) who are involved with terrorism or attacks against Israel.

Under this bill, members of Palestinian Islamic Jihad or Hamas or who participated in or otherwise facilitated the October 7, 2023, attacks on Israel may not be admitted into the United States.

H.R. 6976: Protect Our Communities from DUIs Act

This bill makes driving while intoxicated or impaired a ground for (1) barring a non-U.S. national (alien under federal law) from admission into the United States, or (2) deporting the individual.

The bar to admission shall apply to an individual who has been convicted of the offense or has admitted to having committed the acts which constitute the elements of the offense. As a ground for deportability, the individual must have been convicted of the offense.