Amnesty? Bureaucrats already drawing up plan to implement

May 15, 2010


WASHINGTON – The U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services, a division of the Department of Homeland Security, already has drafted a plan for processing 13 million illegal alien applicants for amnesty in a 30-week period at an estimated cost of $1 billion, WND has learned.

The plan, a copy of which was obtained by WND, anticipates the approval of so-called “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” legislation pending in Congress and assumes a nine-month ramp-up period for processing of applications.

The undated draft report anticipates the possibility of the legislation requiring public benefits to amnesty applicants.

“If the statute requires interim benefits while application pending, issue discrete variant of status document (shorter term duration that [sic] if issued after prospective immigrant status granted),” the 14-page memo states.

Under the plan, applicants 14 through 79 years old would be required to submit themselves for photographs, a full set of fingerprints and a signature. A photo and single print would be required for others.

Only one outside contractor is discussed in the memo – Northrop Grumman – and the plan suggests negotiating a contract now, even before the legislation is approved. It also calls for volunteer help at local service centers and field offices.

The last time Washington attempted a push for amnesty under the guise of “Comprehensive Immigration Reform,” under President George W. Bush in 2007, the project triggered an outcry from talk radio and the public. It failed as a result. However, the political makeup of the Congress has changed since then, becoming even more Democratic.

Democratic leaders recognize their control of both houses is in jeopardy in the November elections and are determined to pass the amnesty program – though they abhor that word.

Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., has enlisted evangelical leaders to promote the plan. Democrats are determined to get at least some Republican support for the measure so the party is not held to account for amnesty like it is for another unpopular piece of legislation following the health-care debate that already threatens many Democrat seats.

Even Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., formerly vociferous proponents of the plan during the Bush administration, have distanced themselves from efforts in the Senate to revive it.

“You can play a vital role,” Schumer told religious leaders including Richard Land of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission and Mathew of Liberty Counsel, saying Republicans have great respect for them. “So please, if you could, help us get some Republicans just to sit in a room and talk to us.”

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Marti Londeaux says:

    Considering the contents on this website, I don’t understand why there would be an ad on here by Chris Kelly to “Stop Meg Whitman.” She’s our only hope for the state of California. She is against amnesty and has promised to close our borders “even if it takes bringing in the national guard.” She is very firm on this issue, in spite of how unpopular it may be with all the liberals in this state. I live in San Diego. I moved here after living in L.A. for 30 years because I grew tired of watching the influx of illegals ruining our city and, in particular, my own neighborhood. A Mexican family moved in across the street and within two weeks there were 10 more people living there. Cars everywhere, stereos blaring Mexican music, trash on the street in front of their house. I used to walk across the street every single day to pick up their trash hoping they would get the message. They didn’t. I wish this would personally happen to every single person that is contemplating boycotting Arizona. They might see things a little differently if it happened in their own backyard, or in my case, front yard. It just seems a little hypocritical to have an ad on this site by someone who supports Obamacare and opposes Meg Whitman.

    By the way, you might find it interesting to read Mexico’s immigration law. I was stunned to hear how Mexico treats illegal immigrants from south of THEIR border. And yet President Felipe Calderon has the gall to proclaim Arizona racist because they want to protect our border. The Mexican cartels are already celebrating because amnesty and an open border policy will only make their jobs that much easier.

  • Orman Rowley says:

    The so called immigration reform bill is nothing but the way for Democrats to win the 2012 election, because most of them will vote democrat. They will be guarantee to win all of the votes The reason is MONEY & POWER plus the President and his BUDDIES have not did all of the things to bring the UNITED STATES to it knees yet. his buddies are pulling all of his strings because he was bought and payed for , now they want the pay back. if you do not know who his buddies I can give you some of them latter

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