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Thursday, August 09, 2012

Deferred action program could temporarily legalize 1.8 million young immigrants

President Obama announced his "deferred action" plan on June 15, 2012. Imagine if the military announced they were going to defer taking action to fight specific wars or to respond to certain situations. These deferred illegals will walk among us filled with resentment knowing that anytime if they don't do what Big Brother wants they can be deported. And, Big Brother could even demand that they join in efforts to further destroy the American economy. Mr. Obama is creating a permanent underclass who will eventually wish to vote and the liberals will be right there supporting that agenda. One way to destroy America is to create a second class in America. America was meant to be for its citizens. And citizens were to determine and control their government leaders; not the other way around.

by Liz Goodwin: As many as 1.76 million young illegal immigrants could qualify for temporary legal status under President Obama's deferred action program over the next ten years, says a new report from the Migration Policy Institute. That's more than double the Obama administration's initial estimate of 800,000 people who would benefit from the program.

The new number reflects the Obama administration's updated guidelines released last Friday depicting who qualifies for the temporary legal status, which provides relief from deportation and a work permit. Initially, only young illegal immigrants under 30 who entered the country as children, graduated from high school and had no criminal record would make the cut. Now, young people who didn't graduate or receive their G.E.D. can still apply for the legal status as long as they re-enroll in high school by the time they apply. About 1.26 million people currently meet that description and are aged 15 or older, while another 500,000 people would become eligible in the next 10 years. . . . Full Story

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Anonymous Steve said...

Below is a group I entered with a fake name. They send me updates on Obama's Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants. Remember EACH Illegal that gets final Amnesty gets to bring in ALL their family members ! And each of thee Illegals that gets Amnesty can then go after AMERICAN JOBS while we have 23 Million Americans OUT OF WORK !

On August 15, nearly 1 million DREAMers all across the nation, including myself, will be able to apply for deferred action. This means we will no longer have to fear deportation, and we will be eligible to apply for work authorization.

•Determine if you are eligible for deferred action, in English.
•Determine if you are eligible for deferred action, in Spanish.
To apply, you will need to fill out an application provided by USCIS, which will be available online on August 15. The applications for deferred action and work authorization will cost $465.

The application will require that you provide documents that prove that you meet certain criteria. For example, your birth certificate can prove your age; and school, medical, and financial records can prove your presence in the country on certain dates or for continuous periods of time.

•Read the checklist of important application documents in English.
•Read the checklist of important application documents in Spanish.
Immigrant rights groups across the country will be hosting legal clinics to help people with the application process -- Find an immigrant rights organization in your community, in English and Spanish.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please consult a qualified immigration attorney. When the application is available on the USCIS website, we will send you a link to start the process.

This is a huge victory for our community; let's keep up the great work!

In solidarity,

Ivan Rosales
Reform Immigration FOR America

PS: If you know others who are eligible for deferred action, forward this message to family and friends.

8/9/12, 7:48 PM  

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