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  • White House Violates More Federal Laws To give More Amnesty to Illegals Without Congress

    White House eases path to residency for some illegal immigrants

    latimes.com

    By Brian Bennett

    January 2, 2013, 9:28 a.m.

    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration eased the way Wednesday for illegal immigrants who are immediate relatives of American citizens to apply for permanent residency, a change that could affect as many as 1 million of the estimated 11 million immigrants unlawfully in the U.S.

    A new rule issued by the Department of Homeland Security aims to reduce the time illegal immigrants are separated from their American families while seeking legal status, immigration officials said.

    Beginning March 4, when the changes go into effect, illegal immigrants who can demonstrate that time apart from an American spouse, child or parent would create “extreme hardship,” can start the application process for a legal visa without leaving the U.S.

    Once approved, applicants would be required to leave the U.S. briefly in order to return to their native country and pick up their visa.

    The change is the latest move by the administration to use its executive powers to revise immigration procedures without Congress passing a law. In August, the Obama administration launched a program to halt the deportation of young people brought to the U.S. unlawfully as children.

    The new procedures could reduce a family's time apart to one week in some cases, officials said. In recent years a few relatives of U.S. citizens have been killed in foreign countries while waiting for their applications to be resolved.

    “The law is designed to avoid extreme hardship to U.S. citizens, which is precisely what this rule achieves,” said Alejandro Mayorkas, director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, in a statement. “The change will have a significant impact on American families by greatly reducing the time family members are separated from those they rely upon,” he said.

    Until now, many immigrants who might seek legal status do not pursue it out of fear they will not receive a "hardship waiver" of strict U.S. immigration laws: An illegal immigrant who has overstayed a visa for more than six months is barred from reentering the U.S. for three years; those who overstay more than a year are barred for 10 years.

    The new rule allows those relatives to apply for the waiver without first leaving the U.S.

    White House eases path to residency for some illegal immigrants - latimes.com
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    Comments 2 Comments
    1. snowyriver's Avatar
      snowyriver -
      thus making it easier for Obama who might be an illegal if we could see his real birth certificate.. we know he is a British subject according to what the white house let to the public.. aren't British subjects non eleigible for our presidency?
    1. ReggieMay's Avatar
      ReggieMay -
      Making it easier for O's auntie and uncle to stay here permanently and live off American citizens.