My constituents want their government to secure the border, and that will be my first priority as their Representative. Ultimately, this is an issue of national security, and securing our borders is the first step towards a workable immigration reform plan.The federal government has continuously failed to do its job, and Border States and governors are struggling to pick up the pieces because of Washington’s failure to enforce existing laws and work towards reform. I will not support legislation that rewards individuals for breaking the law. We need to address the root problem and reform our legal immigration system so those who want to come here to work can do so in a respectable and fair process.
For more information concerning my work and views on Immigration Reform, please contact me.
I look forward to hearing from you.
More on Immigration Reform
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Randy Weber (TX-14) re-introduced H.R. 439, the Illegal Entry Accountability Act of 2015. This legislation would hold Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador accountable for illegal immigration by immediately suspending U.S. foreign aid to these Central American nations, until Congress determines that these countries have taken sufficient action to mitigate unlawful U.S.-Mexico border crossings by their respective citizens.
Rep. Randy Weber (R-Texas) has re-introduced legislation to withhold foreign aid to Central American nations over illegal immigration.
The measure would withhold foreign aid for Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador until Congress establishes they have taken "sufficient action" to limit illegal immigration to the U.S.
Most of the more than 67,000 unaccompanied immigrant children crossing the southern border last summer came from those countries.
Congressman Randy Weber (R-TX) has re-introduced a bill to hold Central American nations accountable for illegal immigrants from their countries by cutting off foreign aid. The bill (H.R. 439, attached below) is in response to last summer’s invasion of illegal immigrants and unaccompanied minors mostly from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala.
Washington, D.C. – The House passed legislation - H.R. 240, the Fiscal Year 2015 Homeland Security Appropriations Act - that would block the President’s executive action on amnesty. Representative Randy Weber (R-Friendswood) made the following statement:
Washington, D.C. – Representative Randy Weber (R-TX) signed onto Representative Tom Rice’s (R-SC) Uphold the Oath Americans Trust and Honor (OATH) Resolution last week. The bill would authorize legal action against the President’s recent executive order allowing amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Washington, D.C. – In a letter to current Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, the Texas Congressional Delegation showed their support for his decision to challenge President Obama’s executive action on amnesty in court. Representative Randy Weber (R-Friendswood) made the following statement:
“The President has made it clear that he will act unilaterally to further push his liberal agenda. I support the efforts of Governor-Elect Greg Abbott to ensure that Texas and the Constitution are protected against President Obama’s dictatorial actions.”
Washington, D.C. – Last night, the President announced that he will be acting unilaterally to allow roughly 5 million undocumented immigrants to stay in the United States. Representative Randy Weber (R-Friendswood) made the following statement:
Washington, D.C. – Today, the United States House of Representatives voted on two measures in an effort to curtail the recent influx of unaccompanied alien children (UAC) across the U.S./Mexico Border.
Washington, D.C. – Today, House Republicans held a morning conference to discuss the border crisis. Congressman Randy Weber (R-Friendswood) shares his reaction to the meeting and hope for a plan to respond to the crisis:
“At the House Republican conference this morning, we discussed a variety of ideas on how to handle the border crisis. It is very important that we put America first and turn the tap off. There are six tenants I would like to see in the plan that will be announced by House leadership next week: