November 7, 2023

Questions Raised Over Controversial Immigration Policy

It is not exactly a secret that Secretary Mayorkas has gone rogue when it comes to the immigration policies of this country.

There is now a lot of attention regarding a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request made by the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IFLI) regarding documentation for possible criminal migrants being able to remain in the country.

Specifically, this involves those who served the country, but had committed crimes.

Serve and Stay

I doubt anyone reading this right now would resist the idea of migrants serving the country as a path to citizenship.

If you are willing to put your life on the line for Old Glory, you should have that right.

That outlook changes rather dramatically if these people have committed crimes, especially violent crimes.

The IFLI is looking for specific policy information for this administration regarding how it treats immigrant veterans, but thus far, it has been willing to produce that information, hence the FOIA request.

It has been about five months since the FOIA request was submitted.

When these requests are made, the agency in question is supposed to provide what information it will provide and a timeline for which that information will be provided. However, it has been five months since this request was made, and no word from DHS and Customs and Immigration Services on the request.

So, now IFLI has filed another suit demanding that all documentation be immediately provided for review.

Again, this comes down to a pledge made by Joe Biden that his administration would be the most transparent in history, but roadblocks are clearly being put up for information requested.

Now, the question of whether Biden and Mayorkas are hiding criminal immigrants within this policy, and the lack of answers, of course, has everyone thinking the worst.

As we have stated in other issues, if you truly have nothing to hide, just produce the documentation and we can move on… so why the holdout, Joe?

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