Work Permits

GOP Sens Press DHS on Internal Memos Detailing Plan to Circumvent Executive Amnesty Injunction

Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee are raising concerns about internal Department of Homeland Security documents that appear to reveal that the Obama administration is considering unilaterally granting working permits to ineligible foreign nationals in the U.S. Such actions, they charge, would not only circumvent the legislative process but also flout a federal court injunction blocking President Obama’s executive amnesty.

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Obama’s DHS Plans Work-Permit Give-Away to Foreign Professionals

The Department of Homeland Security is officially disavowing the agency’s June memo that urged U.S. employers be given the ability to quickly hire in-country foreign professionals and foreign graduates instead of job-seeking American millennials. But agency officials are working on another memo on the same topic, said Todd Breasseale, the department’s acting Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs.

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Another Court Loss for Obama’s Amnesty… Not That it Matters

This all has nothing to do with laws, courts, elections, or the will of the American people. It’s a pure exercise in absolute tyranny. The Ruling Class has decided to import a new electorate, a perfect combination of cheap labor for Big Business and reliable Big Government votes for Democrats. No court, no vote, no crime wave, and no outcry from legitimate American citizens is going to stop them.

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What About The American Worker?

The biggest casualty of the President’s executive amnesty, aside from the Constitution, has been the American worker. President Obama is handing out millions of work permits to illegal aliens at a time when many Americans are struggling to find a job. It is difficult to grasp why President Obama seems more interested in lending a helping hand to illegal aliens than American workers. Sadly, the issuance of work permits is often an overlooked part of the President’s amnesty.

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