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    PAC Pressures Trump To End Catch & Release of all illegal aliens

    PAC Pressures Trump To End Catch & Release of all illegal aliens

    For National Release | April 25, 2018

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    Encouraged by President Trump's new orders for DHS to repel the large caravans of illegal immigrants attempting to game America's asylum laws at the border, ALIPAC is calling on Trump to honor his campaign promise to completely end his dangerous catch and release program, which makes a mockery of America's borders, laws, elections, and sovereignty.

    "Rebuilding his enforcement credibility will be harder for President Trump now that the initial decrease in illegal crossings has vanished and turned into a new huge border surge following his push for Amnesty for millions of illegals in Congress instead of the 'enforcement only' policies he promised during his campaign," declared William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "We've documented illegal border crossings increasing each time Presidents Bush and Obama focused on Amnesty legislation in DC, and the same is happening today due to Trump and Congressional Republicans focusing on Amnesty instead of enforcement. We want President Trump to order all illegal immigrants either repelled at the border, quickly returned to Mexico at the most secure point on our border that will make reentry the most difficult for them, or held in tent detention facilities at the border until they can be returned to their home nations. We also feel that retired Sheriff Joe Arpaio should be appointed to head up the border detention construction efforts to send a clear message to the world that America's borders are no longer open to illegals."

    ALIPAC accurately predicted and warned in 2017 that the historic decrease in illegal crossings following Trump's inauguration would be short-lived if campaign promises to crack down at the border, build a wall, and engage in large-scale deportations of illegals were not honored.

    Since Trump's inauguration, ALIPAC has called upon President Trump to both pardon and then appoint Sheriff Arpaio to help secure America's border and build tent detention facilities modeled after Arpaio's efforts in Maricopa County, Arizona, to send a clear message of deterrence to potential illegal immigrants.

    ALIPAC activists were considering a border protest against the caravans to increase pressure on the White House to take strong action and prevent the caravans from showing the entire world that America will not defend her borders.

    ALIPAC is seeking more information about the work permits being given to illegal immigrants who make asylum claims as this shocking practice has recently appeared in several news reports.

    For more information about ALIPAC's activist efforts to end catch and release, illegal border crossings, and the resulting damages and casualties that come from government failure to enforce existing border and immigration laws, please visit

    Last edited by ALIPAC; 04-25-2018 at 01:23 PM.
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    The numbers of applicants in 1994 were not as high as today. - never this high and need to be adjusted for today. Adjust the rules to today's absurd numbers - everybody in the world will be showing up at the border...oh, they are.

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    Can Asylum Applicants Get a Work Permit?

    If you're applying for asylum in the U.S., you may have to wait until you're granted asylum before you qualify for a work permit - or navigate some complicated immigration rules.

    For many years, anyone who applied for asylum in the United States qualified for a work permit (an employment authorization document or EAD) immediately. However, that is no longer the case. Efforts to combat frivolously filed asylum applications led to a 1994 overhaul of the immigration laws, which now make it quite difficult for someone fleeing persecution to obtain the right to work in the United States.

    Below are the situations in which an asylum applicant will become eligible to apply for an EAD.
    EAD Eligibility Based on Winning Asylum

    If you are granted asylum, you will become instantly eligible to submit an application for a U.S. work permit. However, this may not happen for weeks, months, or even years. (For more information on the asylum application process, see How to Get Asylum In The U.S.)
    After you first submit your application for asylum (assuming you apply affirmatively, rather than after being placed in removal proceedings), your case will be heard by the Asylum Office within a matter of weeks. If you are granted asylum at that time, great - but many deserving asylum applicants are not granted asylum then.

    Instead, assuming the applicant has no other right to be in the United States, the case gets referred to the immigration court system (for removal proceedings). The applicant is scheduled for a master calendar hearing a few weeks into the future. But that is only to set another date, even further into the future, for the actual hearing. And if that hearing doesn’t finish on the day it starts, it will be continued to another date, many more weeks or months into the future.

    At last, the immigration judge (IJ) will make a decision. If it’s a grant of asylum, you can apply for a work permit. But the IJ may be unconvinced, and deny asylum. Again, this happens to many perfectly deserving asylum applicants. You would then need to appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals, which all too often accepts the immigration judge’s decision. More months or years go by.

    You can then appeal to the federal court in your circuit, and after that to the Supreme Court of the United States. But by this time, several years will most likely have gone by – all without a right to work in the United States.

    EAD Eligibility Based on Passage of 180 Days Without a Decision

    People who apply for asylum may be able to obtain work authorization if 150 days have passed after they filed their application, and there has been no decision on their case from USCIS or the IJ. This comes from Section 208(d)(2) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (I.N.A.) or 8 U.S.C.A. § 1158(d)(2); 8 C.F.R. § 208.7(a). After you request the EAD, USCIS has another 30 days in which to process the application (your Form I-765).

    A simultaneous but separate legal change requires immigration judges (IJs) to complete their decision on an asylum application within 180 days. This simultaneous clock confuses even the immigration officers at times.

    The reality is that these scheduling limitations are far less beneficial to the applicant than they sound. The asylum officer (AO) or IJ can stop counting the days toward 150 (or 180) if either of them decides to “stop the clock.” They have the power to do that any time there’s a delay in the process that they decide was requested or caused by the applicant.

    That’s a problem, because whether the asylum applicant “caused” a delay is open to interpretation. Some cases are obvious, such as if you fail to show up for your fingerprinting appointment or hearing, or to bring a competent interpreter to your Asylum Office interview. Those are all delays that you caused. But is requesting more time in which to submit documents a delay that you caused, even though you didn’t anticipate in advance that the particular issue would come up? Some IJs have stopped the clock for this. What about if, at your master calendar hearing, you decline to take the first open date for a full hearing, perhaps because you or your lawyer had a time conflict? Many IJs have stopped the EAD clock for that, too.

    Immigration lawyers and advocates have observed numerous cases where either the AO or, more often, the IJ improperly stops the clock – often without informing the applicant. And they sometimes forget or refuse to restart the clock, as well. Even finding out whether the clock has been stopped in your case or not can be difficult, because the tracking system – called the Refugee Asylum and Parole System, or RAPS -- is not always kept up to date.

    See an Attorney

    Applying for asylum is complex and difficult, and best done with a lawyer’s help. The lawyer can also help monitor the progress of the EAD clock in your case, and remind the appropriate party to keep the clock running when it should.

    Whatever you do, don’t simply count to 150 days and then submit a request for a work permit. You may discover that you’ve wasted your money when you receive a denial notice.
    Last edited by artist; 04-25-2018 at 08:18 PM.
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    Shut down the Asylum program!

    We cannot take in 2 billion people on the planet!

    They can go get asylum in some other country.

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