Hey, you know what I just realized? It's dumb that the aliens are still in this country. They should move to Canada or something. Maybe Australia. We've established that they can teleport, so there's no need to hang out in the United States all the time. Why would you stay in the one country on Earth where the government knows you exist? Hide out in an entirely different country! And while I'm at it, don't steal uranium from the country you're hiding in. That's the sort of thing that will draw attention to you. You're planning to invade the whole planet, so set up your base somewhere safe. That's my suggestion.
Leila wakes up in an empty house. This is established by her wandering around in some kind of stupor. Her father is not there, which I realize is implied by the fact that the house is empty. She goes outside to a lovely, suburban neighborhood. There are houses and lawns and cameras monitoring the streets, but no people. This is the place the aliens live. Out at the entry gate, Simon arrives in his black SUV, which means that this place is within driving distance of Washington, DC. That's the opposite of my suggestion! These guys are dummies and they deserve to get caught. Leila's wanderings are interrupted by a smiling, friendly person (who is also, if you look at him from another angle, a large, intimidating black man) who calls her by her name and says that he's been asked to look after her. He directs her back to her home. "Are you telling me I can't leave?" she asks. "There's no reason to leave. Everything you need is here. You're safe." His combination of friendliness and threats is fun!