SHERIFF JOE: ‘They will still be arrested’…

June 16, 2012

By: Erisa Nakano,

PHOENIX – Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio sat down at ABC15 to talk about the new changes by the Obama administration to stop deporting younger illegal immigrants.

The announcement came in around 6:30 a.m. Friday that some illegal immigrants will be granted work permits if they meet certain requirements.

“I think people from Mexico are now going to feel, ‘Hey come on in and we’ll get by with it.’ But it won’t happen in this county. They will still be arrested,” Arpaio said.

According to The Associated Press, this change will affect as many as 800,000 immigrants who have lived in fear of deportation.

“This seems to be politically motivated,” Arpaio said. “I would rather see the president let Congress decide what to do on this issue and other illegal immigration problems.”

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1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • Bill says:

    This new process by Obama will allow millions of illegals that are not yet in the USA to apply for this amnesty. They will ONLY have to fill out an application stating their age and that they meet all the requirements to stay and they will automatically receive their work permit. The law will not require that even one question be asked or that any of the conditions for the permit be proven. We all know that an illegal won’t lie on an application, right. I can just see a 50 year old drug dealer with prison tattoos that just got out of prison appliying and receiving his permit to work. This is pure PANDERING.

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