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As Unauthorized Amnesty Begins, No Safeguards in Place to Prevent Fraud

Jane121 Wrote: Aug 15, 2012 11:21 AM
I live in a sanctuary city in a neighborhood that relatively recently had an influx of illegal alien Mexicans. There is a forger,it is aceptable here...documents aren't really looked at. Teh Mexican drug cartell "hires" illegal youth (& also youth born in America of illegal alien parents who vow loyalty against America andfor Mexico) They sell heroin on the city streets to passing cars in the torist traffic here by the beach boardwalk. The suffering caused by this open market to junkies who (for whatever reason) couldn't hook up with their usual supplier so drove here where it is sold to enyone through car windows ...that suffering is huge. We have a University of California in town with radical marxist profs who are on City Council. Help
Jan613 Wrote: Aug 15, 2012 8:59 PM
Would that be Santa Cruz? They stand on the corner in the Beach Flats here and sell to passing cars. And now the gangs are moving in with their violence, coming in from Watsonville and Salinas. I don't know the answer to the problem but I don't think it is more amnesty for the illegals!
The unlegislated Obama amnesty for illegal aliens under 30 begins August 15 as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) begins accepting applications for “deferred action” and work authorization. Initially, the White House estimated that about 800,000 illegal aliens would be covered under this amnesty, when the policy was first announced in June. That figure that was immediately disputed by the Pew Hispanic Center, which estimated about 1.4 million beneficiaries. In the interim, the goal posts were moved (in favor of the illegal aliens, of course) and the latest estimate from the pro-amnesty Migration Policy Institute is that 1.76 million illegal aliens...