Friday, August 17, 2012

How the US Treated its Illegal Residency Problem

You know Israel is trying to deal with the situation of illegal infiltrators, children of foreign workers and other social ills related to alien residents.

Interesting.  I found this story:

For the first time, nearly two million young illegal immigrants across the country can apply to stay in the country and get a work permit. The program is called deferred action for childhood arrivals.

Which country is that which has made sure, up until now, that made sure young people brought to itwere illegal and could not previously for decades apply to stay in the country and get work permits?

The United States.

Those currently applying must be under 16 and have lived in the country for at least five years. Those who qualify must be enrolled in school or graduated. They can't have a criminal record and must be 30 or younger.

And the United States is a democracy.


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