Thursday, October 12, 2017

Sessions Calls on Congress to End Abuse of Asylum Process +

Via Billy

 Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday called for Congress to swiftly pass policy proposals from the Trump administration that would help rectify abuses of the asylum process.

Sessions addressed the Executive Office for Immigration Review, which oversees the administration of America’s immigration courts.

"The immigration laws that Congress has enacted are some of the most generous in the world," Sessions said. "Indeed, we will soon reach the highest level of non-native born Americans in our history."

However, a failure to properly enforce immigration laws has resulted in an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants currently living in the United States. One of the ways by which said aliens take advantage of the immigration system is through so-called "credible fear" claims for asylum seekers, Sessions said.

2 comments:

  1. Starve them to death - they'll crawl on back to where they
    came. These invaders are criminals no matter how one chooses
    to look at it.

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    1. Go back and seek welfare there........:)

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