The Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty has been extended to every group of aliens. My post on VDARE.com detailed how the Administrative Amnesty slowly expanded as the opposition from RINOs did not appear, eventually reaching criminal aliens, that group of illegals that was supposed to be the "priority" of the Regime.
Information about the amnesty for criminal aliens has come hot and heavy since. And each day more information appears detailing the Administrative Amnesty for Criminal Aliens.
Debbie Schlussel April 9, 2014
DebbieSchlussel.com has exclusively learned that the Obama Administration refuses to deport a Muslim illegal alien who was convicted of voter fraud, EVEN AFTER a Federal Court of Appeals (and every court before that) has ordered that he should be deported.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents are rightfully angry that, despite their hard work in investigating Asif Gulzar Pasha, a Pakistani national who voted illegally in North Carolina in 2004 and falsely claimed to be a U.S. citizen, he remains on U.S. soil. He’s living freely and snubbing his nose at them, even after the 11th Circuit U.S. Federal Court of Appeal ruled that he is guilty and ordered him deported (read the Court’s opinion). That was back in July 2012. In fact, Pasha bragged to ICE agents that he is still here and rubbed their noses in it. Pasha said that while the local ICE office was fighting to deport him, it was all for nothing because ICE Headquarters directed that Pasha NOT be deported and be left alone. HUH?
The Obama Administration has been claiming in documents and memos to ICE that only convicted felons are to be arrested and deported. But, as you know, that’s not what’s happening. And Pasha is yet another example.
Also note, that the Regime has also decided to stop deporting illegal aliens who have been ordered deported but refused to leave. Sources tell me that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Enforcement and Removal Operations (ICE ERO) is under instructions not to arrest aliens ordered deported but to tell any such aliens they encounter that they must self-deport in 30 days. If encountered again, the alien must not be arrested, but told to leave in 30 days again. Basically, deportation has ended.