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Biden expands program to legally bring Central American minors to US

excalibur

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This is Cloward-Piven at work.

This is a great danger, the overwhelming of America with the turd-world in never-ending numbers.

The leftoids are silent as they hate America.




The Biden administration announced Monday it will begin accepting applications for its expanded Central American Minors (CAM) program, which allows adults in the United States to petition to legally bring their minor dependents from the troubled region.

CAM is part of the administration's strategy to lessen pressure on border enforcement agencies that are stressed by a rising flow in irregular migration through Central America and Mexico.

"Strengthening collaborative migration management, which includes creating legal pathways, including CAM, is one of the pillars of the president's blueprint for a fair, orderly and humane immigration system," said a senior administration official on a call with reporters.

Monday's announcement follows the reinstatement of the program in March and a June expansion of eligibility for the program, which had been shut down by the Trump administration in 2017.

Under CAM, parents and legal guardians who are lawfully present in the United States can petition for their children to be granted status to travel to and remain in the United States.

According to administration officials, tens of thousands of parents could be eligible to apply for the revamped program.

In its first stage under the Biden administration, CAM reopened cases for parents from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala whose applications had been interrupted during the Trump administration.

The second phase will take new applications from the expanded categories of eligible parents and guardians.

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I'm there. Nobody is leaving the second world to go to the fourth. Offer any of my neighbors 20 grand and a ticket/card. They'll laugh at you
 

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I'd be okay with this if the parents are legally in the US and they can support themselves without any government or charitable income along with being able to support their children. They should have no criminal record, both parent and child.
 

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We have enough illegals in our country. We sure don't need more. These assholes cost we tax payers billions each year.

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It’s in Wisconsin newspapers this morning: Afghan women placed at Ft. McCoy are complaining about lack of food and clothes. That still beats getting murdered on Afghani tarmac.
 
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Bump.
 

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This is Cloward-Piven at work.

This is a great danger, the overwhelming of America with the turd-world in never-ending numbers.

The leftoids are silent as they hate America.



The Biden administration announced Monday it will begin accepting applications for its expanded Central American Minors (CAM) program, which allows adults in the United States to petition to legally bring their minor dependents from the troubled region.
CAM is part of the administration's strategy to lessen pressure on border enforcement agencies that are stressed by a rising flow in irregular migration through Central America and Mexico.
"Strengthening collaborative migration management, which includes creating legal pathways, including CAM, is one of the pillars of the president's blueprint for a fair, orderly and humane immigration system," said a senior administration official on a call with reporters.
Monday's announcement follows the reinstatement of the program in March and a June expansion of eligibility for the program, which had been shut down by the Trump administration in 2017.
Under CAM, parents and legal guardians who are lawfully present in the United States can petition for their children to be granted status to travel to and remain in the United States.
According to administration officials, tens of thousands of parents could be eligible to apply for the revamped program.
In its first stage under the Biden administration, CAM reopened cases for parents from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala whose applications had been interrupted during the Trump administration.
The second phase will take new applications from the expanded categories of eligible parents and guardians.
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I'm sure the kid sniffers motivation is clean and pure.
 

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