Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Backdoor Amnesty..."Pretty Much a Done Deal"

Amnesty

Looks like President Obama is planning on using another good ol' Executive Order.  Backdoor amnesty...just in time for his next election.
This appears to be part of the Obama Administration’s bigger plan to blow off Congress by using its executive powers to grant illegal immigrants backdoor amnesty. The plan has been in the works for years and in 2010 Texas’s largest newspaper published an expos√© about a then-secret DHS initiative that systematically cancelled pending deportations. The remarkable program stunned the legal profession and baffled immigration attorneys who said the government bounced their clients’ deportation even when expulsion was virtually guaranteed.
Via:  Judicial Watch
DHS To Grant Illegal Aliens “Unlawful Presence Waivers”
In its quest to implement stealth amnesty, the Obama Administration is working behind the scenes to halt the deportation of certain illegal immigrants by granting them “unlawful presence waivers.”
The new measure would apply to illegal aliens who are relatives of American citizens. Here is how it would work, according to a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announcement posted in today’s Federal Register, the daily journal of the U.S. government; the agency will grant “unlawful presence waivers” to illegal aliens who can prove they have a relative that’s a U.S. citizen.
Currently such aliens must return to their native country and request a waiver of inadmissibility in an existing overseas immigrant visa process. In other words, they must enter the U.S. legally as thousands of foreigners do on a yearly basis. Besides the obvious security issues, changing this would be like rewarding bad behavior in a child. It doesn’t make sense. 

But the system often causes U.S. citizens to be separated for extended periods from their immediate relatives,” according to the DHS. The proposed changes, first announced in January, will significantly reduce the length of time U.S. citizens are separated from their loved ones while required to remain outside the United States during the current visa processing system.
The administration also claims that relaxing the rule will also “create efficiencies for both the U.S. government and most applicants.” How exactly is not listed in the Federal Register announcement, which gives the public 60 days to comment. That’s only a formality since the DHS has indicated that the change is pretty much a done deal. Read more...

8 comments:

  1. Figures o would endorse anything to do with "backdoors", and illegals.

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    1. When you know you can't get what you want by going through the normal channels, an Executive Order is the next best thing.

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  2. Obugnut practices the slimmest, back door, Chicago Style politics known to man ... again against the majority of Americans.

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    1. Ditto on what I commented to Bunni. Why waste time with Congress, when you have the Executive pen?

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  3. It seems obvious now that after the dems lost two elections to Bush, they decided the only way to win was through nefarious means. So they did and went all out with it. There is nothing they won't do or say or pay off or threaten. Nothing.

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  5. We have a dictator on our hands. Just look what he's doing with all sorts of executive orders!

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