Given the financial drain of institutions by illegal entrants into the U.S., the majority being from Mexico, and the fear of Political Correctness by our politicians and the administration to address this issue with any strength, I submit the following solution which addresses illegal immigration as a financial not a human issue:
We leave the decision to Mexico:
1. For each "individual" illegal entrant from Mexico, including those children born to Mexican illegals in the U.S, we reduce the monetary support to Mexico by $50,000/yr. This is to reimburse the U.S. for the wages earned and services used, the wages typically being sent back to families in Mexico, 12million illegals (est) x $50,000 = $600,000,000 is a fair amount.
2. For those illegals that are incarcerated an assessment of $75,000/yr per each (in addition to the $50,000 annual fee for being in the U.S.)
3. Money being sent to Mexico by any Mexican citizen will be taxed at 50% to be divided between state/federal income tax, social security and medicare to pay for the entitlement services and free medical provided for emergency services . (not having medical insurance, illegal immigrants use the emergency services for normal medical care and by law can not be charged. As well, in many states such as California, illegals do not have legal access to drivers licenses and therefore do not have insurance when they drive. This assessement will help reimburse the costs associated with accidents which are not covered or are covered through the uninsured motorist provisions of legal drivers..
4. Finally, the cost of patrolling the border, with the exception of border crossings, be deducted from any monetary support to Mexico.
If my information is correct, Mexico depends on workers in the U.S. to send money earned in the United States to family members in Mexico. This the second largest part of the Mexican Economy equating to approximately 5 billion dollars per year. Taxing this and assessing Mexico in the form of support reductions, might provide the incentive for Mexico to to revitalize its own economy (such as using oil money which is Mexico's largest income and currently siphoned off by the Mexican rich and government officials; and the cost to Mexico in lost support, might be sufficient to garner visible physical support by Mexico in controlling the border.