Thursday, April 23, 2015

MUST READ: Obama Demands 'welcoming' for ILLEGALS

'Centralized' plan needed to 'take care of their needs'
President Obama’s White House Task Force on New Americans unveiled its recommendations Friday for a national strategy to “integrate” millions of immigrants and refugees into “welcoming communities” across the U.S.
The co-chair of the task force, Obama’s domestic policy adviser Cecilia Muñoz, said her focus is on making sure Obama’s historic immigration policies get “institutionalized” so they will live on long after she and her boss are gone from the White House.
ILLEGALS being processed at the McAllen 
Border Patrol Station in Texas last year.
Obama created the task force Nov. 21 when he announced his plan to unilaterally grant amnesty to more than 5 million illegal immigrants and child migrants. His administration is also bringing in 70,000 foreign refugees per year from places like Iraq, Somalia, Bhutan, Burma and Syria.
Friday’s conference was titled “The New National Integration Plan: Making the Most of a Historic Opportunity.”
Cecilia Munoz
Muñoz, a former executive with the National Council of La Raza, said it was her job “to make sure we build this really into the DNA across the federal bureaucracy, at a leadership level, but much more importantly to make sure that when political appointees like me are no longer here this (immigration strategy) is built into what those agencies do and think about every day.”
Muñoz said it was important for the federal government to standardize, set benchmarks and “measure successes,” ensuring states and localities create the desired “welcoming communities” for immigrants and refugees.
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Eva Millona, co-chair of National Partnership for New Americans, a coalition of 34 organizations involved in everything from protecting immigrant rights to providing social services, echoed the call for a strong federal role.
“We have been pushing to really have a centralized leadership in terms of implementation of this report,” Millona said. “We are happy that the report has called for a centralized entity to really move it forward.”
She said Felicia Escobar, special assistant to the president for immigration policy, will be leading the way.
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