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Supreme Court Paves the Way for Deportation of Criminal Illegal Immigrants

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Supreme Court Paves the Way for Deportation of Criminal Illegal Immigrants
Supreme Court Paves the Way for Deportation of Criminal Illegal Immigrants (westernjournal.com)
28 Mar 2021 ~~ By The Associated Press


The Supreme Court on Thursday made it easier to deport illegal immigrants who have been convicted of a crime.
Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote the opinion for a 5-3 conservative majority that ruled against a Mexican citizen who entered the U.S. illegally and has lived in the country for 25 years.
The man, Clemente Avelino Pereida, had been charged in Nebraska with using a fraudulent Social Security card to get a job and convicted under a state law against criminal impersonation.
Illegal immigrants with criminal convictions who are facing deportation can ask the attorney general to allow them to remain in the U.S. if the conviction wasn’t for a serious crime and if they have lived in the country at least 10 years, among other criteria.
Gorsuch wrote for the court that Pereida failed to prove he was not convicted of a serious crime.
Under immigration law, “certain nonpermanent aliens seeking to cancel a lawful removal order must prove that they have not been convicted of a disqualifying crime,” Gorsuch wrote.
In a dissent for the three liberal justices, Justice Stephen Breyer wrote that the court instead should have ruled for Pereida because he was convicted under a law that includes serious offenses and less serious ones.


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Have we finally received some logical sense from the SCOTUS? Seems it's been sadly lacking. they have seldom followed the Constitution and always vote in lock step, thanks to Roberts.
Will Chyna Joe refuse to follow the law? Sure he will, like his predecessor Obama, he's recreated a problem and crisis at the border to meet an agenda.
Meanwhile Illegal aliens voting in elections should also be considered a serious federal crime. At the very least, they should be deported and denied any chance of citizenship in the future. There should be zero tolerance when it comes to voting. Obviously any Progressive Marxist Socialist/DSA Democrat Leftist would have their hair on fire if SCOTUS passed judgement on that issue too.....
So based on what I read illegal aliens can be deported for being covicted of committing a crime. Since they have all committed a Federal crime by crossing the border illegally, all one has to do is charge them and convict them and they can all be sent back
 
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..should just be able to deport anyway!!!!
..there are many stories of them using fake SSNs
...my brother said his boss told some ''southerners'' he had to let them go because their SSNs were bad......their response:
''we can get different ones '' !!!!!!!!!
 

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''''''''Illegal immigrants with criminal convictions who are facing deportation can ask the attorney general to allow them to remain in the U.S. if the conviction wasn’t for a serious crime'''''''

being ILLEGAL IS a serious crime --on top of the other crime they committed
..it's also a National SECURITY issue
 

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Identify Theft is a serious and growing criminal problem.

Why are libs so anxious to keep these creeps in the country?
they even PAY them for being-------------ILLEGAL
 

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