Saturday, May 4, 2013

What the Administration Won't Answer About Immigration Amnesty!


There continues to be silence from the Administration on just who will be eligible for Immigration Amnesty.

 We, and others have repeatedly asked:

"JUST  WHAT CRIMES ENGAGED IN BY ILLEGAL ALIENS WILL RENDER THEM INELIGIBLE?"
                                                                                                                                        These questions are not going away and we will continue to ask.

  1. Is Identity Theft an excludable offense? 
(Many, many persons illegally in the US, are using false or stolen Social Security Cards, Green Cards or other documents to gain employment and other benefits such as food stamps and drivers licenses)

  1. Is Reentry after Deportation an excludable offense? 
(Under Immigration Law, Reentry after being Deported is a felony punishable by up to 5 years in jail)

  1. Is Marriage Fraud an excludable offense? 
(Presently thought of by Homeland Security as one of the most egregious violations.)

  1. Is falsely claiming dependents on income tax forms an excludable offense? 
(Said to be a very common claim made by Illegal aliens)

  1. Is failure to claim income on income tax forms an excludable offense? 
(Most illegal aliens paid "under the table" do not claim such income)

  1. Will Special Agents be permitted to pursue these and other lines of questions of applicants? 
(During the last amnesty in 1986, Special Agents were prohibited from doing so)

IF THE ADMINISTRATION WON'T ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS, THEN THE GANG OF EIGHT MUST. 
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Ben Ferro

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