New immigration loophole: Claimed crime victims won’t have to say whether THEY have committed crimes

New immigration loophole: Claimed crime victims won’t have to say whether THEY have committed crimes

[Ed. – I’m sure that if you think a terrorist or other criminal will just lie to take advantage of this, you’re a racist.]

[I]nternal Obama administration documents, obtained by Breitbart News through a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) source, include a draft application for illegal immigrants seeking to stay in the country and future prospective immigrants seeking to the enter the country.

On the draft application, applicants for “T nonimmigrant status” or for “U nonimmigrant status” are not required to answer a series of key questions about their background. T nonimmigrant visas are for people who are petitioning the U.S. government to be considered a “victim of a severe form of trafficking in person” and U nonimmigrant visas are for those seeking to be considered a “victim of criminal activity.”

Part of the president’s executive immigration action is to expand T and U visas. …

[T]he administration is considering not requiring such applicants to answer whether they’ve ever…”been connected legally with a crime—regardless of its seriousness—inside or outside the United States of America.” …

At this time it’s unclear if these provisions included in the draft USCIS changes regarding T and U visas…will make it into the final documents for the president’s executive amnesty order.

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