ITIG Policy Would Transform the Lives of Immigrants and Boost U.S. Economy

Obama Immigration Reform Details Compassion, Respect, Dignity are the words that represent Immigrant Tax Inquiry Groups’ (ITIG) transitional model for immigration reform. Our report facilitates caring for our undocumented immigrants while in the US. Some desire citizenship while others do not. Mindful of goals, our plan generates $103 billion, creates 100,000 jobs and provides benefits consistent with our objectives.

Check out a recent interview with Llwellyn King In White House Chronicle.  Mark Jason, Director of the Immreadthereportigrant Tax Inquiry Group and King discuss the logistics of the group’s proposed immigrant tax plan and how the plan, which centers around strengthening bonds between undocumented workers and their employers, could potentially alter the dynamics of the immigration debate in Washington.



Our mission is to provide a compassionate process for immigrants to assimilate into American society with dignity, respect, and ease.


Roughly 30 million Americans enjoy the skills of the 11 million undocumented immigrants who process our chickens, clean our homes and harvest our fruit. Pew Research tells us that they work for 25% less than legal immigrants. The factories, farms and homeowners that illegally hire our 8.5 million working undocumented immigrants get a bargain – plenty of cheap labor – and other American taxpayers pay for the immigrants’ public services.

The Solution

The ITIG report is about an opportunity to provide health care, educational needs, and other essentials for undocumented immigrants.  It supports border security and offers other benefits for Americans. We can do this only if we reject mass citizenship and all related taxes* and focus on developing a more effective tax structure to accompany the new Special Work Permit.

*The report details current negligent immigrant tax policies.


Q.  Why will employers comply with this new policy?

Q.  How does the plan work for the cash economy employees working in various trades and services?

Q.  How does the plan for cash economy workers apply to farm personnel?

Q.  How will this proposal affect socioeconomic conditions within America?

Q.  Why do we need to think about immigrant tax reform?

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