Link Like all compromises, it won't please everyone but it seems workable. The 2,000 fine would bring in about $14-20 billion. While it would certainly cover the cost of processing the applications, it seems an undue burden on those who are mostly making minimum wage. I'm not sure what the point is of forcing them to return to a border check station? It seems pointless and likely to be just an additional expense to those who can afford it least. The agriculture provision seems like a good thing, but as always the devil is in the details.