Sen. Ted Cruz filed amendments that call for additional fencing on the border and that block a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. An amendment from Senator Ted Cruz would prohibit anyone who had been undocumented for any period of time ever from becoming a United States citizen in the future.
The freshman senator also filed a measure that would prohibit local, state and federal governments from doling out entitlement benefits to the millions living in the country illegally. Cruz’s amendments would mandate that the Department of Homeland Security triple the number of U.S. Border Patrol agents on the southwest border, and quadruple equipment, including cameras, drones and helicopters, during the same time frame. The border security amendment also mandates that if the goals are not met within three years, the department’s budget will be slashed by 20 percent and that money would instead be diverted in the form of block grants to agencies in Texas, California, New Mexico and Arizona for border security.
Sen. Cornyn wants to domestic violence and child abused and neglected be considered felonies in this bill and any aliens with felony in his/her county to be be inadmissible for this bill.
You can read all the Amendments here