You just have to admire the brilliance of these two points. They apply to every single person in the United States. They are that broad. There are 8 criteria on these two lines. Lets parse them. We will just look at the State requirements since they are the most stringent.
1. Lacks strong familial ties to Michigan
2. Lacks strong financial ties to Michigan
3. Lacks strong emotional ties to Michigan
4. Lacks strong cultural ties to Michigan
5. Has strong familial ties to another state (Texas, NY, etc)
6. Has strong financial ties to another state (Texas, NY, etc)
7. Has strong emotional ties to another state (Texas, NY, etc)
8. Has strong cultural ties to another state (Texas, NY, etc)
So simply having a brother in Texas makes you a potential abductor.
So simply being the only person in your family living in Michigan makes you a potential abductor.
So being poor in Michigan makes you a potential abductor.
So having property in NY makes you a potential abductor.
Lets not even get into what the emotional or cultural requirements would be.
These points are absurdly vague.
(f) Lacks strong familial, financial, emotional, or cultural ties to this state or the United States.
(g) Has strong familial, financial, emotional, or cultural ties to another state or country.
And what of the punishment?
Do you really want parents labeled by civil court as ‘potential felons’ because of the above points?
This act allows the court to act in an ex-parte manner. (Without the offending parent knowing about the legal action about to come down)
In fact, it allows the court to act without either parent/party knowing about the action. The court is empowered to act on its own.
The court can order the children arrested.
Do you really want the courts to be able to order an Elian Gonzales style raid of your house... without your knowledge?
... on the basis of the claim of a vindictive ex-spouse?
... on the motion of a corrupt divorce judge?
Such an act is much more likely to result in harm to the child than help.