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    DHS Fast-Tracks Migrants Straight into Jobs

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    The Department of Homeland Security has put hundreds of thousands of Central American migrants on a fast-track to jobs and a slow-track to deportation.

    The revelation was hidden in a brief statement by acting DHS secretary Kevin McAleenan, who told the Senate on May 23 hearing that 100 percent of migrants carrying children are released, some without asking for asylum, and are allowed to get work permits as soon as 30 days.
    The DHS is releasing the migrants on the fast-track process “because they do not have the space” to detain migrants long enough to start the deportation process, said Andrew Arthur, a former immigration judge who works at the Center for Immigration Studies, a Washington, DC-based research. Congress will not fund shelters to hold more than 2,500 migrants with children, so it is allowing the border agencies to be overwhelmed by the rush of migrants.
    The slow-track deportation process allows migrants to delay filing their likely asylum request — and so it delays the eventual rejection of the asylum claim, which is needed prior to deportation. “Ratherthan potential starting their asylum process while in custody [at the border], they are not going to take pleadings until they are in [subsequent] removal proceedings,” said Arthur. In contrast, the regular process allows migrants to be deported in roughly 40 days if border officials can quickly record and process asylum claims, starting with a “Credible Fear” interview.
    Meanwhile, the fast-track job process allows migrants to get work permits as quickly as 30 days after crossing the border.
    The conventional process bars migrants who ask for asylum from applying for work permits for 150 days. The conventional process also allows government officials another 30 days to approve the request, so boosting the conventional work-permit process up to 180 days. The conventional 180-day process takes six months to get a work permit — but DHS has been giving work-permits to the migrants in just one to three months.
    The fast-track/slow-track process means that employers quickly get an extra supply of tough, compliant, low-wage workers just as labor shortages are forcing companies to boost pay for Americans. The extra labor supply also reduces employers’ incentive to hire the population 12 million unemployed or underemployed Americans, some of whom are sidelined by disability, underinvestment in rural areas, or drugs.
    McAleenan exposed the easy migration rules when he answered questions from Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman:
    PORTMAN: So, what percent of those families who come up to the border and, again, approach your officer, ask for asylum, are being released into the community within days?
    MCALEENAN: 100 percent.
    PORTMAN: 100 percent?
    MCALEENAN: Yeah, and they’re not necessarily asking for asylum. They – they don’t – they don’t have to. They can go into an immigration proceeding and not have to present that case for potentially years.

    PORTMAN: And during that time period, can those individuals work?
    MCALEENAN: Yes, by and large, although we’re–we’re looking at–at tightening the–the rules so that there is not an opportunity to take advantage of the system.
    PORTMAN: So, they have a work permit. My understanding is they don’t get the work permit immediately but after a certain period of time. Is it six weeks?
    MCALEENAN: It’s in … the 30 to 90 days range, that’s correct.
    McAleenan suggested that the border agencies will try to delay the award of work permits to migrants. That task, however, requires getting more migrants back into the regular bureaucratic process.
    The regular process quickly assigns migrants in the deportation process. But most migrants counter by asking for asylum. In response, the ICE agents at short-term shelters near the border conduct a “Credible Fear” interview to gauge the migrants’ asylum claims. Almost 9 out of 10 migrants pass the low-bar interview (under rules set by Congress) and are then given a “Notification to Appear” at a hearing before an immigration judge. Next, migrants cite a separate law which allows them to apply for a work permit if they have not had their hearing in 150 days.
    But DHS officials are not processing the migrants via the conventional process. Instead, they are “paroling” the migrants with children into the United States even before they undergo a Credible Fear interview and get a NTA. Once released via parole, a different law allows migrants to quickly apply for a work permit. McAleenan did not say how many migrants apply for the work permits, or how long the work permits last.
    But agency data shows a huge volume of migrants getting work permits.
    From October 2015 to September 2016, for example, 270,000 migrants got work permits via the (c)( process and another 78,000 migrants got paroled and got work permits via the “Paroled pursuant to INA 212(d)(5)” category.
    In the next fiscal year of 2017, the regular number spiked to 403,000 but the parole number dropped to 59,000 as Trump’s deputies curbed the parole number. In 2017, the regular number dipped to 345,000 and the parole number lurched down to 18,000.
    DHS officials have refused to tell Breitbart News how long the work permits last, are hiding the number of migrants getting new work or extended work permits. But McAleenen’s comments suggest that the parole number is rising fast in 2019.
    The overall award of work-permits is huge — and it is roughly equal to one extra migrant worker for every 10 Americans who joined the labor force in 2017 and 2018.
    The rush of migrants has spiked in 2019 because the cartels, the migrants, the border agencies and the voters know that Congress is refusing to block the catch-and-release loopholes which are delivering hundreds of thousands of cheap workers to their political allies and their donors. The migration may reach 800,000 in the 12 months up to October. That number includes at least 400,000 extra workers, and at least 200,000 children for placement in K-12 schools used the children of America’s blue-collar communities.
    The underlying problem is that California judges set a 20-day “Flores” limit on the detention of migrants who bring their children, said Arthur. This means each wave of migrants with children can easily overcome the border rules, ensuring they get released into the U.S. job market. Arthur said:
    The problems that we see at the border are the result of one decision from the 9th Circuit … it is preposterous that it has come to this and it needs to be fixed ASAP. Congress has abdicated its responsibility and the administration has to do it in regulation, and the administration needs to be prepared to defend this in court because that is where it is going.
    The regulation to replace the Flores decision is likely to be published soon, he said, adding “needless to say, this is the key to the kingdom.”

    Background Immigration Numbers
    This year’s inflow of up to one million illegal migrants from Central American is only a small slice of the immigration economy.
    Each year, roughly four million young Americans join the workforce after graduating from high school or university.
    But the federal government then imports about 1.1 million legal immigrants and refreshes a resident population of roughly 1.5 million white-collar visa workers — including roughly one million H-1B workers — and approximately 500,000 blue-collar visa workers.
    The government also prints out more than one million work permits for foreigners, tolerates about eight million illegal workers, and does not punish companies for employing the hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants who sneak across the border or overstay their legal visas each year.
    This policy of inflating the labor supply boosts economic growth for investors because it ensures that employers do not have to compete for American workers by offering higher wages and better working conditions.
    This policy of flooding the market with cheap foreign white-collar graduates and blue-collar labor shifts also enormous wealth from young employees towards older investors even as it also widens wealth gaps, reduces high-tech investment, increases state and local tax burdens, and hurts children’s schools and college educations. It also pushes Americans away from high-tech careers and sidelines millions of marginalized Americans, including many who are now struggling with fentanyl addictions. The labor policy also moves business investment and wealth from the heartland to the coastal cities, explodes rents and housing costs, shrivels real estate values in the Midwest and rewards investors for creating low tech, labor-intensive workplaces.

    https://www.breitbart.com/economy/20...nts-into-jobs/

    BINGO!!!!! "The regulation to replace the Flores decision is likely to be published soon, he said, adding “needless to say, this is the key to the kingdom.” Just more proof that this talking point that the laws have to be changed with the Democrats is a complete and total LIE. Trump can solve the problem administratively. All DHS has to do is REWRITE the regulation dealing with detention of children which was sued against by the Communists and resulted in the Flores decision. After DHS rewrites it, the commies have to SUE AGAIN and they will, but the procedure will have been administratively changed.

    And furthermore, EVEN IF Congress changed the regulation dealing with detentions of so-called children, the communists could STILL SUE AGAINST that legislative change of the regulation!!!!! SO IN OTHER WORDS, this Trump talking point that the Congress/Democrats need to cooperate to change the laws and there's nothing we can do about the invasion until then, is a 100% total lie. The Communists can sue against any law they want whether it's adminstratively written or legislatively written and Congressionaly passed and signed by the President.


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    The fast-track/slow-track process means that employers quickly get an extra supply of tough, compliant, low-wage workers just as labor shortages are forcing companies to boost pay for Americans. The extra labor supply also reduces employers’ incentive to hire the population 12 million unemployed or underemployed Americans, some of whom are sidelined by disability, underinvestment in rural areas, or drugs.
    Wow, things are quickly becoming more clear. More low-wage labor for companies ..... let that sink in!

    Seems the Trump administration has figured out a way to keep pumping cheap labor to American businesses. Work permits in as little as 30 days for people who illegally entered our country. Who would have ever imagined. I'm sure all of these people didn't enter legally through a port of entry. Even if they did, the law calls for a 150 day period before beginning the processing of a work permit.

    If Trump knows this is happening, which there is no reason to believe he doesn't, he's selling us down the river for corporations and businesses.

    Why am I not hearing about this on Fox News? Why isn't Hannity talking about it? Why isn't Rush Limbaugh talking about it?

    Darn, where's Paul Revere when you need him!


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    Why aren't these 100,000's if not a MILLION AMERICAN HOMELESS, rounded up, cleaned up, sobered up and stuck in the same low paying jobs these diseased illiterates are being shoved into????? You mean to tell me some of these guys living in tents in downtown LA and in just about every large West Coast city and in NY,NY and in Washington DC. etc. etc. etc. can't take these jobs these invaders are being given????? The invaders don't even speak English but our homeless do. You could say that these homeless are all screwed up mentally and aren't capable of working but have you seen the dirtbags were allowing in from Central America? Can you say these guys really look any better? HELL NO!!!!! WE ARE GETTING SCREWED in this nation BIG TIME. Trump was supposed to be the solution but he caved into the Bilderberg crowd and became just another problem.
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    From October 2015 to September 2016, for example, 270,000 migrants got work permits via the (c)( process and another 78,000 migrants got paroled and got work permits via the “Paroled pursuant to INA 212(d)(5)” category.
    In the next fiscal year of 2017, the regular number spiked to 403,000 but the parole number dropped to 59,000 as Trump’s deputies curbed the parole number. In 2017, the regular number dipped to 345,000 and the parole number lurched down to 18,000.
    This looked to me like a pretty important part of the article.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyklo View Post
    Why aren't these 100,000's if not a MILLION AMERICAN HOMELESS, rounded up, cleaned up, sobered up and stuck in the same low paying jobs these diseased illiterates are being shoved into????? You mean to tell me some of these guys living in tents in downtown LA and in just about every large West Coast city and in NY,NY and in Washington DC. etc. etc. etc. can't take these jobs these invaders are being given????? The invaders don't even speak English but our homeless do. You could say that these homeless are all screwed up mentally and aren't capable of working but have you seen the dirtbags were allowing in from Central America? Can you say these guys really look any better? HELL NO!!!!! WE ARE GETTING SCREWED in this nation BIG TIME. Trump was supposed to be the solution but he caved into the Bilderberg crowd and became just another problem.

    NO comfy tent cities with beds, food, cable tv and showers, cell phones and internet for our homeless OR jobs for them but somehow we have BILLIONS for these uneducated, 3rd world, disease infected breeders who are foreigners!

    Send them back! No work permits! They do not qualify to come here!

    FAST TRACK THEM ONE-WAY BACK HOME!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    This looked to me like a pretty important part of the article.
    No, it's not important at all because we knew to expect such things from the Obama administration. News flash, our current president campaigned on taking a different path.

    Nice to see you finally admit the new boss is pretty much the same as the old boss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    No, it's not important at all because we knew to expect such things from the Obama administration. News flash, our current president campaigned on taking a different path.

    Nice to see you finally admit the new boss is pretty much the same as the old boss.
    You didn't understand the post, I guess because you didn't understand the difference between 78,000 (Obama) and 18,000 (Trump).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    You didn't understand the post, I guess because you didn't understand the difference between 78,000 (Obama) and 18,000 (Trump).
    "DHS officials have refused to tell Breitbart News how long the work permits last, are hiding the number of migrants getting new work or extended work permits. But McAleenen’s comments suggest that the parole number is rising fast in 2019.

    The overall award of work-permits is huge — and it is roughly equal to one extra migrant worker for every 10 Americans who joined the labor force in 2017 and 2018."
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    18,000 is not huge when it's reduced from 78,000.

    If you don't have the data for 2018 or 2019, then you don't know what you're talking about.

    Breitbart had a typo and double reported two separate figures for 2017, the second one when reduced to 18,000 was 2018, not 2017.

    From the article:

    From October 2015 to September 2016 (FY 2016), for example, 270,000 migrants got work permits via the (c)( process and another 78,000 migrants got paroled and got work permits via the “Paroled pursuant to INA 212(d)(5)” category.
    In the next fiscal year of 2017 (FY 2017), the regular number spiked to 403,000 but the parole number dropped to 59,000 as Trump’s deputies curbed the parole number. In 2017 (FY 2018), the regular number dipped to 345,000 and the parole number lurched down to 18,000.
    So the only numbers you don't have are the FY 2019 figures which are for the current year we're in and probably not available yet.

    So based on the actual facts so far, this administration has dramatically reduced the number of paroles that would be eligible for work permits, the complete opposite of your narrative, so what gives?
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