Skip to comments.Progressives use new asylum rules to seek return of 1.7 million deportees
Posted on 08/13/2013 12:58:17 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
A new rush through the U.S. border has been triggered by an outspoken progressive group that is exploiting new asylum regulations to demand American citizenship for 1.7 million illegals previously deported to Mexico, according to Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
Border officials have told advocates and TV stations that hundreds of people are using the groups innovative legal tactic to get approval from the border patrol for a temporary legal stay in the country.
The National Immigrant Youth Alliance triggered the rush by sending a group of illegals back to Mexico. The illegals then successfully used the asylum claim to win a temporary stay in the United States. The members, dubbed the Dream 9, walked up to the U.S. border and asked for asylum, based on the claim that theyre afraid of Mexicos drug-cartels.
The groups tactic works because new regulations allow immigrants to ask that a judge, rather than a border patrol officer, decide their asylum claim. Instead of jailing the prospective immigrants until their courtroom date, border officials are releasing many into the United States.
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The Mexican Nationals are now running our courts and our country. IN YOUR FACE AMERICA!!!!
Mexico wants the whole enchilada. And, they'll get whatever part the muslims don't want.
This is total insanity
Congress has abdicated all of its power to our new lord and savior King Barack the first.
Isn’t political correctness just grand?
Already lost, just like many South American countries.
A welfare state that funds the growth of an ever-growing underclass means poverty and 3rd world socialism.
That increasing number of barbarians inside the gate are strong enough to open it and let more in.
You are 100 % right.This is dark day in America
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