U.S. Immigration Reform PAC

Our mission is to identify and support candidates for public office – both incumbents and challengers – who have demonstrated by their voting records or campaign platforms that they support the majority views of the American people on immigration

US Border Control

Border Control is dedicated to ending illegal immigration by securing our nation’s borders and reforming our immigration policies. Our organization accepts no financial support from any branch of government.

United Patriots of America

Coalition of immigration reform activists
To have the Immigration laws of our country enforced and to secure our Borders from illegal trespassers.

Protect Our Borders

In the first place we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the man’s becoming in very fact an American, and nothing but an American…There can be no divided allegiance here! Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag, and this excludes the red flag, which symbolizes all wars against liberty and civilization, just as much as it excludes any foreign flag …….We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language…. and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.”
President Theodore Roosevelt, 1919

Predatory Aliens

Crimes by illegals against children.

Outsource Congress

Send some emails, help stop the Illegal Alien Invasion and the Destruction of American Job Opportunities

Operation Shame on You

Busting employers of illegal laborers.

Negative Population Growth

Detrimental effects of overpopulation on the environment
Negative Population Growth (NPG) is a national membership organization founded in 1972 to educate the American public and political leaders about the detrimental effects of overpopulation.

Immigrations Human Cost

Research, focused on costs of illegal immigration.

Immigration Reform Law Institute

The Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) is America’s only public interest law organization working exclusively to protect the legal rights, privileges, and property of U.S. citizens and their communities from injuries and damages caused by unlawf

Illegal Immigration Boycott

The National Illegal Immigration Boycott Coalition (NIIBC) is a collective effort of over 100 organizations that are fighting against illegal immigration in America.


Grassfire.org Alliance is a non-profit 501(c)4 organization. Our goal is to impact key issues in our nation by equipping hundreds of thousands of citizens with tools that give our partners a real impact on issues. Through online petitions and breakt

Frosty Wooldridge

Articles and resources on immigration

Desert Visions

The objective of Desert Visions is to document the impact of illegal (alien) immigration.

Desert Invasion U.S

Articles and pictures of destruction of desert environment due to immigration

Deport Aliens

It’s time to abolish the permanent amnesty bureaucracy of the U.S. Justice Department’s Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) . . . and enforce federal laws to detain and deport all illegal aliens and criminal alien residents!

Coalition Against Illegal Immigration

Coalition of bloggers who have joined together to secure our borders and fight against Illegal Immigration. We have three levels of participation. Would you like to join the fight?

Border Fence Project

Proposal: To patch and extend U.S.-Mexico border double-fence along all 1952 miles of southern border, adding high-tech TV cameras, microphones, lighting, motion and other electronic sensors, with civilian labor, donations, and maintenance teams, for less than $5 per foot or $50 million.

Federal Border Fence Only at 150 miles

 According to Duncan Hunter (R – El Cajon) feds are 300 miles behind schedule
* There is an additional 150 miles of vehicle barriers, Chertoff lied when he said “300 miles   of fencing”
* Feds gutted double fencing, only Chertoff can key-in extra double fencing
* According to some, only 12 miles of double fencing has been built
* Best case scenario, feds will complete 650 miles of pedestrian and vehicle fencing   combined at end of year, far short of 2,000 mile length of border

Read here why we agree that a civilian border fence is imperative, and the only real solution to sealing off our southern border

The catastrophic effects of illegal immigration and terrorism have become cliche. According to most Border Patrol officials, because 3 illegal aliens on average escape for every one they detain, and about 1 million are detained annually, at least 3 million escape into the U.S. every year. Illegal immigrants, who most likely number between 20-30 million at this time, cause debt to local, state, and federal governments, even when including taxes incurred from them, to the tune of $384 billion annually, and closer to $1 trillion dollars annually when considering lost tax revenue because of the ever burgeoning cash economy. Assuming illegals are at best 11% of the population, 4% according to the federal government, they account for 29% of the crimes committed and jail space occupied. California, once on the verge of bankruptcy, has seen many hospitals close, school rooms increase to an average of 50 pupils per class size, and the worst vehicle traffic in the country, mostly blamed on the increased flux of illegals, who displace legal citizens whose numbers are decreasing there. The IRS is raiding the same innocent people for back-taxes that banks are suing for foreclosure debt because of social security numbers stolen by illegal aliens.

Because illegal aliens murder 9,000 innocent Americans every year and we take a trillion dollar hit overall to our economy, illegal immigration rewards us with a 9/11 or worse every year. But the danger is more horrific as it is passive-aggressive and growing exponentially, catching all uninformed Americans off guard.

A Bush Administration, like so many others, is said to be “bought out” in steadfastly refusing to enforce immigration law and encouraging more to come here illegally. Even immigration reform lobbyist John Clark says he does not believe the federal government will ever have sufficient interest in securing our borders, based on his decades-old struggle with Washington. There is simply too much special interest money in cheap, easily-exploited labor, and politicians who hope to give amnesty to illegals in order to build their voter base are running into direct conflict with the law and 70-80% of the American people, who want severe crack-downs on the southern border according to all lucrative polls.

Many including experts feel the best way to knock illegal immigration down to a trickle is to repair 9-foot high fencing along the Mexican border and extend it with enough fencing to close-off the entire 1952-mile length of the border. Because Washington officials have consistently shown apprehension and outright consternation of the idea of a complete fence, it is unlikely they will ever cooperate, assuming the public continues to vote for special interest candidates. Furthermore, most estimates show that because of the inefficiency of government labor and high markup on raw materials, the cost is likely to run $9 billion, only 23% of the Department of Homeland Security annual budget, but enough to receive grief from the open-borders lobby. We know we the civilian volunteers, in cooperation with Minuteman-like groups already on the border, can do the job for 1/180 of that cost! Click here!

The “effective” fencing in place now looks similar to the one on the right, about 9 feet high with thick-gauge sheet metal hindering any attempted crossings, and can be contiguous for up to several miles. However, it can be scaled over and dug under, and may have many holes that always go un-repaired. There is a diligent effort by Minuteman groups to actively repair those holes now with sheet metal, rebar, and concrete. Other fences, using steel pipes or 3-foot-high barbed wire, are hardly a retardant at all for human intruders, but are used mostly to prevent livestock from exiting or entering the U.S. The Department of the Interior considers barbed-wire fencing to be useful and environmentally necessary to prevent an incursion of rabietic livestock and wildlife from Mexico, and a well built maintained agricultural fence would likely stand the test of legal challenges from environmentalists.

A Better Fence for Much Less

To extend the fence to the 90%+ of the southern border that does not have effective fencing, we have been mending Department of the Interior agricultural fencing on the border since October, 2005, in cooperation with DOI rangers, and working with ranchers with property contingent to Mexico, to build a high-tech barbed-wire and chain link fence, with concertina wire, and guarded with motion sensors, electronic sensors that determine if the wire has been cut, and a television-camera-unit for up to every 1/4 mile of fencing depending on landscape (will show entire fenced region). Generation 1 and 2 infrared video cameras will be used as well. The metal poles that suspend the wire will be 12.5 feet apart, planted as t-posts. The diagram to the left illustrates the vision we have for a typical 360-foot section. The sensors and TV camera with microphone can be hidden on the U.S. side of the border, even made to blend-in with natural landscape features. Border ranchers and Minuteman volunteers will be on the receiving end of the surveillance equipment, with TV monitors and other receiving devices, uploading video/audio to this website 24/7, to allow us to identify any illegal crossings or vandalism to the fence, and report activity to the Border Patrol and police respectively. You can be a Minuteman anywhere in the world, far from the U.S.-Mexico border. Whenever motion sensors are detonated and your browser alarm activated, you will be notified on your PC so you can help identify and report. Different fencing materials and designs will be entertained, depending on the contributions received. TV surveillance equipment will record images at least every 5 seconds to DVD recorders for evidence of intrusion or fence tampering. Admittedly, no fence or wall will stop those determined enough to penetrate it, but it will slow all intruders down enough so motion sensors and cyber Minutemen can report the lessening number of attempted crossings. Furthermore, a barbed-wire chain link fence with concertina wire is almost impossible to climb, unlike federal fencing, except when cumbersome ladders are brought to the border which also delay the intrusion. A solid wall has the caveat of blocking American view of Mexico, making incoming intruders difficult to see until it is too late, and endangering those near the wall as those south of the wall are known to hide and assault Americans with rocks.

Contiguous versus Non-contiguous Fencing
In the long run, it is desirable to “double” the fence by offering fences to border private ranchers free fencing with voluntary labor. Many ranchers cannot afford the exorbitant $40/foot fee most fencing companies charge, but our cost to them would nothing, and only a $5/foot cost to us. Private land aligns the vast majority of the southern border, and is usually 60 feet to the north of the actual border, or any border fence built by the federal government. Doubling the fence makes it far less likely illegals can cross, and private ranchers are more likely to cooperate in allowing a fence to be built even in the temporary absence of a public-land fence closer to the border, making it much more difficult for illegal crossers who frequent private property, steal, burglarize, kill pets and livestock and even the ranchers themselves. The diagram on the right shows the kind of non-contiguous fencing common to much of the Mexican border because of gaps in private fencing.

On much of the border where public land extends far to the north, discontinuous public fencing is not very helpful either, as shown on the left. There is believed to be about 105 miles of fencing along the southern border designed to keep out human intruders, and much of it is designed to prevent vehicles from entering, as violent drug runners often enter U.S. territory with silicone in tires and are known to shoot at anything that represents an obstacle. Most of the gaps in fencing are the result of ravines and canyons that are rocky and difficult to build a steel fence on, but human smugglers frequent these canyons as they can be well hidden, well vegetated, making it difficult for Border Patrol to identify illegal entrants.

If private ranchers and donors help fund our very inexpensive solution, and the public fence is extended across all 1952 miles of southern border, then we could have a maintained, bullet-proof solution, appearing as it does to the right. Minuteman groups and ranchers will find their jobs much easier even when these fences are in progress, as it is anticipated that civilian border watch groups will always be in existence to observe the closing gaps and monitor surveillance equipment. When successful, we will consider this program for the Canadian border as well.

Fences work because:

  1. They are a deterrent – crossings decreased 90% for a 1-1/2 mile-long prototype fence in California, with statistics for crossings at or near fence
  2. They slow down intruders for identification and detention – fiber optics detect all crossings, cameras confirm human versus natural activity, and tape vandalism for prosecution. A fence only needs to be bullet-proof in terms of forcing illegals to vandalize it, cheap enough to repair, with stored film-footage serving as grounds for prosecution, jail time, and reduced crossings consequently in the future. Or, it is next to perfect if slowing down every successful crossing such that detection and reporting by Cyber Minutemen is eminent, for a reduced number of crossings with more detailed information (Border Patrol usually goes by footprints often hours old) for what we anticipate will be a 75-90% detention rate, or 97.5-99% overall effectiveness of the contiguous fence

Fences can be traversed by going:

  1. Around fence
    1. We intend to double-fence all 1952-miles of Mexican border to prevent go-arounds
  2. Under fence
    1. Dig-unders can be prevented by keeping lowest tension/barbed-wire low with fabric, and then rebar into ground every 10 feet. Tunnels can be detected with geologic sensors, not fiber optics woven into fence
  3. Over fence
    1. Preventing intruders who go over fence can be averted with 45-degree-angle barbed wire with extension arm (Concertina wire not allowed by Border Patrol on border). This can:
  1.       Prevent climbing
  2.       Make it exceedingly difficult to mount with one or two ladders
  1. Through fence
    1. We will use metal-only fencing materials (not horizontal-only cattle fencing) to deter or slow down intruders by 5-30 minutes depending on group size

Critical dimensions of fence include:

  1. Height
  2. Thickness
  3. Depth
  4. Cost per foot
  5. “Seeing eye” of cameras during “no moon” phase to cover entire view of length of fence
  6. Sensing options (eg. fiber optics)

Thickness and ability to resist intruders who traverse fence depends on fencing materials. Some affordable options include:

  1. Chain link fabric – 2” x 2” 11.5 gauge wire
  2. Remesh – 6” x 6” 9 gauge wire
  3. Poultry Netting – 1” x 1” 20 gauge wire – wound together to make virtual 10 gauge wire
  4. Improvised rebar fence – 3/8” diameter and one row every one-foot

Once fence is height of the tallest of 90% of Mexico’s population (about 6-feet) there is a law-of-diminishing-returns for higher fencing because:

  1. Psychologically, very few people want to mount, hurdle, or climb a fence their own height or higher, so it is at the optimum deterrence height
  2. Cost increases
  3. Labor increases, rate of construction decreases, and medical liability increases for workers/climbers
  4. Even commercially available 12-foot trapezoidal ladders cannot mount 6-7-foot-high fence because of cross-strap
  5. Intruders will most likely cut wire at bottom of fence if it is too high

To show the federal government that we the American people cannot be bullied with their hidden open-borders agenda and flagrant disrespect for the law, and our very sovereignty and future existence at risk, we invite you to help us build America’s ultimate protection against foreign invasion and terrorism. We ask for any help you can give us – your financial contribution, raw materials and tools, and time on the border to participate in something unprecedented will pay dividends never seen before. The savings in lost jobs, revenue leaving our country, and tax-paid services will be exponential in proportion to the cost of building and maintaining this fence.


Americans for Immigration Control

About AIC


  • AIC is an American non-partisan grassroots activist organization with more than a quarter of a million members – citizens of all races,
    creeds, and colors.
  • AIC, founded in 1983, is about stopping the millions of illegal aliens who sneak across our border from Mexico every year.
  • AIC is about deporting those illegal aliens already in the U.S.
  • AIC is about opposing all amnesties & guest worker legislation.
  • AIC is about strictly enforcing the current immigration laws and increasing penalties for those who knowingly transport, recruit, solicit, or hire illegal aliens.
  • AIC is about demanding that our federal government immediately use maximum manpower and support equipment to secure our nation from terrorists, drug smugglers, and illegals.
  • AIC is about reducing annual legal immigration to numbers which can be readily assimilated.
  • AIC is about actively promoting grassroots influence on legislators by means of letters, petitions, and postcard campaigns to promote secure border control.
  • AIC is about educating motivating and activating citizens with our newsletter Immigration Watch.
  • AIC is about our staff members who appear as guests on radio talk shows and TV programs to help alert the nation to the immigration crisis.
  • AIC is about encouraging all concerned citizens to join our efforts to secure America’s borders.


The biggest incentive for illegal aliens to come to the United States is to find work. If there are no employers willing to hire the illegal aliens, then the flood of illegal aliens will subside.

So the purpose of this website is to expose “alleged” employers of illegal aliens. In this effort we need your help. First, if you know of a suspected employer of illegal aliens report them here.

Second, search or browse the “alleged” employers of illegal aliens and, if you are compelled by the evidence, email them telling them you will no longer patronize their business. In the same email, make sure they know that you will also tell everyone you know NOT to patronize their business. We’ve got pre-written emails to help you do this.

Finally, use our website to report these “alleged” employers to the proper authorities. Again, we’ve got emails already written that you can send off at the touch of a button.