- Not enactedThe President has not signed this bill
- The senate has not voted
- The house has not votedIntroducedNovember 16th, 2018
Asylum abuse has become a way to flaunt U.S. immigration law, allowing migrants to make fraudulent or unprovable claims after already entering the U.S. Asylum-seekers should be required to make their application at a port of entry so as to discourage illegal border crossing.
Limiting asylum seekers to designated ports of entry would significantly reduce the number of places where they can enter the U.S., making it more difficult for them to claim asylum. Asylum-seekers should be allowed to apply for asylum even if they've already entered the country.