Saturday, October 7, 2017

DACA: Eight Amnesties for Illegal Aliens, Nothing for Their American Victims

Amnesty is defined as an act of forgiveness for past offenses, especially to a class of persons as a whole. DACA provides forgiveness to an entire class of individuals who were between 15 and 31 years of age as of June 15, 2012; consequently, it is an amnesty program, as is also true for an even more expansive Dream Act.
But DACA actually encompasses at least eight separate amnesties.
First, there is amnesty from Social Security fraud since many illegal aliens eligible for DACA illegally obtained and used Social Security numbers for employment purposes. According to a survey conducted by pro-illegal alien organizations, 43.9 percent of all surveyed DACA recipients worked illegally prior to gaining DACA status; that percentage increases to 60.7 percent for DACA recipients over 25 years of age.
Second, there is amnesty from forgery since many DACA recipients used forged green cards, driver's licenses, and other government documents prior to receiving DACA status.
Third, DACA recipients are granted amnesty from perjury committed when they completed I-9 forms prior to receiving DACA status and swore, under penalty of perjury, that they were authorized to work in the United States.
A fourth amnesty is forgiveness from identity theft. Many individuals eligible for DACA committed identity theft when they used illegally obtained Social Security numbers belonging to American citizens, including the numbers of thousands of American children.
Read the rest from Ronald W. Mortensen HERE.

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