Our many new readers might not know about another LEGAL immigration program that is a sham.
Called Temporary Protected Status, it is anything but temporary. The program basically works like this: big event, like a natural disaster or war, happens in a country, US then says anyone already in the US from that country doesn’t have to go home. They can be here on a Visa or for some other reason (illegally?) and they then can apply for TPS and virtually never go home!
They can work, get drivers licenses, do anything a legal citizen can do except vote (and they are probably doing that too!).
LOL! And, right now all of those holders of TPS status are waiting for the Obama amnesty!
So is it any surprise that a newly-formed Arab group—that calls itself AHRC (American Human Rights Council***), where surely the ‘A’ in reality stands for Arab—has asked the Obama Administration to designate Yemen as a TPS country!
Check out the list of TPS countries right now. The designation usually lasts for 18 months and then is just simply renewed, time and time again! Honduras has been on there since 1999, El Salvador 2001, and one of the most recent additions is Syria!
From the Arab Daily News:
(Dearborn, MI) March 4, 2015 – The American Human Rights Council (AHRC) urges the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS), namely DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson, to designate Yemen for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). In accordance with 8 U.S.C. § 1254a, the Secretary of Homeland Security may designate a foreign country for TPS due to conditions in the country that temporarily prevent the country’s nationals from returning safely, such as an ongoing armed conflict.
“The reality in Yemen is truly tragic and our Yemeni brothers sisters deserve better. Given the dire situation in Yemen, and generosity of this country with foreigners from countries facing turmoil, it would be inhumane to remove Yemeni nationals from the US to Yemen. We urge Secretary Johnson to designate Yemen for TPS and urge our fellow human rights organizations to advocate for the designation as well,” said Imad Hamad, AHRC executive director.
There is more gobbledegook, here.
*** Be sure to click on that link and you will see exactly who these ‘American’ human rights advocates are!
To learn more about Temporary Protected Status, click here and see our many previous posts on the topic.