Illegal immigrants get 99.5% approval for legal status; high number raises concerns about fraud

My internet is back in business, no thanks to Comcast but that story is for another day. Thanks to my readers for hanging in. Now that the immigration bill is headed for a showdown in light of  our questionable policy on vetting anyone and everyone who darkens our portal, this story should raise a few hairs. Silently the Obama administration has been flooding our country with illegals. Yes, illegals and aliens. So here we go with a story no doubt of graft and corruption. You know, the usual Chicago way.

The administration has approved 99.5 percent of applications of those who have applied for legal status under President Obama’s nondeportation policy for young adults, granting legal status to more than 250,000 formerly illegal immigrants.

That’s very concerning in light of the most recent reminder namely this terror attack in Boston, near where I live,” she said, “that we simply are not taking enough care in screening the people we admit for legal status whether it’s this kind of deferred action or a green card or an asylum application.”

But the high rate leaves others wondering whether the administration is doing all it can to weed out fraud or potentially dangerous illegal immigrants in DACA, or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, as it’s formally known.

Unlike the 1986 amnesty, when every applicant was interviewed in person and there still was double-digit fraud Mr. Crocetti said that’s not likely to be an option this time around.

“You really have to wonder who they’re giving deferred action to, and what kind of risk they represent to us,” said Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies. “The screening process is much less for DACA than it would be for a green card, and so it’s all that much more susceptible to fraud.”

DACA is seen by many as a test-run should Congress pass a broad legalization for most of the 11 million illegal immigrants in the U.S.

Read more: Washington Times

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