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    Feds launch deferred action awareness campaign

    More taxpayer money spent on illegals.
    Feds launch deferred action awareness campaign



    A illegal immigrant from Guatemala, who used a crutch to move around, sits on the ground after being apprehended by US Border Patrol south of Mission September 11, 2014. photo by joel martinez@themonitor.com

    Posted: Monday, January 5, 2015 4:34 pm
    SKY CHADDE | STAFF WRITER
    Posted on Jan 5, 2015

    The U.S. government launched Monday an awareness campaign for Mexican and Central American nationals who are eligible to live in the United States.

    The campaign is part of an effort to “dispel potential misinformation” about deferred action under President Obama’s executive actions announced in November, which would let people apply to not be deported if they entered the country before Jan. 1, 2010.

    The campaign, called Executive Action on Immigration: Know the Facts, also outlines how deferred action, officially named Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents, or DAPA, will be implemented, according to a U.S. Department of Homeland Security and State Department news release.

    Both departments will pay for television, newspaper, radio advertisements to run in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico as well as U.S. cities with large Hispanic populations, such as Houston, Los Angeles and New York during the campaign. A presence on social media is also being planned, the release said.

    There are three priorities in the campaign. One is to inform people who came to the United States without documentation who are eligible for deferred action. Another priority is to “dissuade family members in the United States from supporting illegal migration of family members,” said the release, adding that those people who help families cross the border illegally can’t participate in deferred action.

    The third priority is trying to make sure people in Mexico and Central America know they can’t apply for deferred action.
    “Migrants apprehended at the border or ports of entry while attempting to unlawfully enter the United States fall into our highest enforcement and removal priority,” the release said.

    http://www.themonitor.com/news/local...c4146f1c6.html



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    There is no reason they should be running this in other nations except to attract more illegal aliens into America fast to accomplish their dastardly illegal immigration overthrow of America!

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    There is no reason they should be running this in other nations except to attract more illegal aliens into America fast to accomplish their dastardly illegal immigration overthrow of America!
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