Temporary Protected Status for Liberians should have ended years ago, but now, thanks to Ebola, they will get a reprieve and stay for what will amount to another decade or forever. I wasn’t going to post this story (I mentioned the possibility of the Ebola excuse, here already) until several readers sent it to me … Continue reading Liberians can thank Ebola (and Senator Jack Reed) for extended stay in the US
Demonstrating once again what a sham Temporary Protected Status is, Senators want Obama to extend temporary refugee status to Liberians who have been here “temporarily” since the late 1980’s! Seems to me that the civil war in Liberia is over and this “LEGAL” status for those here originally illegally should just end. There must be … Continue reading Senators urge extension of (sham) Temporary Protected Status for Liberians
My previous story this morning about the Liberian gang rape case in Phoenix reminded me that Liberians participated in the Marxist March on America last Saturday. Here is a story from All Africa about that participation. Hundreds of Liberians in the United States joined other immigrants to press for reforms in the immigration system that … Continue reading Liberians participated in March on America, deportations looming?
You learn something new every day! Thanks to Blulitespecial for sending this CNN article. I had no idea we gave temporary protection to citizens of countries undergoing civil unrest. Amazing! Does that mean that instead of hauling tens of thousands of wealthy “refugees” from Iraq and paying their airfare and all of their expenses we … Continue reading Thousands of Liberians living in the US will soon be deported (maybe!)
The next time one of your friends (or a politician) says, ‘I oppose illegal immigration, but am all for LEGAL immigration’ tell them they don’t know what they are talking about! Legal immigration has been so perverted by federal programs such as Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to make the word legal meaningless. Once TPS … Continue reading Official application for Temporary Protected Status filed for West African Ebola countries