A new nonprofit organization, the National Immigration Center for Enforcement (NICE), launched on Monday with a mission to advocate for the proper enforcement of immigration laws within the United States.
The National Immigration Center for Enforcement (NICE) launched today to advocate for the proper enforcement of immigration laws in the interior of the United States – a practice that is critical to national security, public safety, and the rule of law.https://t.co/xkcORWkXH9
— National Immigration Center for Enforcement (@NICEnforcement) June 5, 2023
Recognizing the critical role of national security, public safety, and the rule of law, NICE aims to provide the necessary tools and directives to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for effective execution of their duties.
Expressing concern over the current direction of immigration enforcement, NICE criticizes the Biden administration for instructing ICE to knowingly violate immigration laws.
The organization emphasizes the open state of U.S. borders is widely recognized, and allowing illegal entry often results in immigrants overstaying their welcome regardless of intent, criminal history, or eligibility. NICE argues that political interests have hindered ICE’s capacity to apprehend, track, detain, and swiftly deport illegal aliens.
Heading the organization is President RJ Hauman, an immigration enforcement expert with a decade-long experience in Washington, D.C. Hauman voiced his concerns over the Biden administration’s directive, stating it has triggered an unprecedented border crisis and inflicted significant harm on the American people and their communities.
Its formation comes at a time when the Department of Homeland Security Secretary, Alejandro Mayorkas, has expressed a shift in immigration enforcement policies, stating that a non-citizen’s unlawful presence in the United States would not be a basis for initiating legal action.
NICE firmly believes that every illegal alien should either face removal or criminal prosecution as mandated by law. The organization insists on ending the practice of catch-and-release, asserting that it leaves American communities vulnerable to dangerous criminal aliens who are willing to violate immigration laws and commit heinous crimes.
The organization seeks to ensure justice, protection, and fairness in the immigration system and opposes illegal and unconstitutional sanctuary city policies, which undermine the rule of law and hamper the collaboration between local, state, and federal law agencies.
In addition to advocating for E-Verify as a requirement for all employers, NICE calls for the strengthening of ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) through increased agents, detention bed space, GPS tracking, criminal investigations, and efforts to combat drug trafficking.