Tuesday, June 1, 2021

BIDEN HELPING TO KEEP AMERICA SAFE: MS-13 Gang Members Are Exploiting The Border Crisis To Sneak Into The US; DHS Eyes Deleting Gang Questions From Green Card Application, and related stories

MS-13 Gang Members Are Exploiting The Border Crisis To Sneak Into The United States
Amid the ongoing humanitarian crisis at the Southern border, members of various gangs, including the violent criminal gang MS-13, are crossing into the U.S. illegally in migrant caravans.
On Friday, U.S. Border Patrol Agent Chief Matthew Hudak said border officials apprehended five gang members in Laredo, Texas.
“5 gang members in 7 days! #Laredo Sector #USBP agents arrested a total of 5 gang members in the last week, including an #ms13 & two 18th Street gang members,” he tweeted. “They attempt to evade arrest by exploiting the influx of migrants attempting to enter our country. #bordersecurity.” --->READ MORE HERE
AP Photo/Patrick Semansky
DHS eyes deleting gang questions from green card application:
Homeland Security is moving to cut questions about gang affiliation from the application migrants file to get green cards, in a change that one former employee says could mean dangerous criminals will have an easier time getting through the process.
Rob Law, a former chief of policy and strategy at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, revealed the planned changes Thursday, saying it appears to be part of the Biden team’s attempt at erasing the get-tough approach of the previous administration.
“The biggest beneficiaries of that ‘compassion’ are apparently the most violent and dangerous aliens in the country,” said Mr. Law, who is now at the Center for Immigration Studies.
At issue is what’s known as the I-485, the form filed by those seeking to adjust their status to become lawful permanent residents or green card holders — the key step on the path to citizenship.
In the Trump years, questions were added asking applicants if they are, or ever were, part of a criminal association — i.e., a gang.
Immigration officers can take that answer into account when deciding whether to grant the green card, --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories:

USCIS to Drop Gang-Related Questions from Green Card Form

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Dozens of Other House Dems Push Against Deportation of Illegal Immigrant Gang Members

Biden DHS may remove gang questions from green card applications

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