A 32-year-old undocumented mother, who was granted temporary deportation reprieve under President Obama’s 2012 executive action known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, was deported to Mexico after she tried to reenter the country legally with an immigration document allowing her to travel abroad to visit an ailing family member.More importantly, her attorney is angry that there is resistance from U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the airport. And for the record, the attorney claims that Chicago's O'Hare International Airport is staffed by Border Patrol Agents. Sorry honey, Border Patrol Agents from the Office of the Border Patrol don't work at the Chicago O'Hare, Customs and Border Protection Officers from the Office of Field Operations staff such Ports-of-Entry. One would think that an immigration lawyer would know the difference. But she's spitting mad that officers of CBP take their oaths to the Constitution seriously. Apparently she thinks that government employees take some sort of Fuhrer Oath of personal allegiance to Barack Hussein Obama.
Lesly Sophia Cortez-Martinez, who has three young U.S. citizen children, was on her way back from Mexico through the Chicago O’Hare International Airport this week when Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents prevented her from leaving the airport. As a DACA beneficiary, Cortez-Martinez was allowed to apply for advance parole, which allows some immigrants to travel out of and reenter the United States under certain circumstances for education, business, or a death in the family.
[Undocumented Mom Of 3 U.S. Citizen Kids Deported Even After She Showed Legal Travel Document, by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee, Think Progress, February 2, 2016]
Ruiz-Velasco lamented that some of her other clients have also faced mistreatment from border agents when they have tried to reenter the country. “Pretty much every single DACA person that has come back into the country [has] issues at Border Patrol when they enter,” she said. “A lot of them have been treated poorly. A lot have been harassed. They’ve been given a hard time. They have been told that they don’t deserve to be here. One individual was told that DACA doesn’t exist anymore. They have to advocate on their own behalf and that’s how we have prepare them when they travel with advance parole.”This writer can personally confirm that most officers of the Department of Homeland Security are resisting the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty and will be ready, willing, and able to become Donald Trump's Deportation Force. Let's see that this happens.
“There’s very little accountability over the people who makes such crucial decisions about who [gets] deported and who gets to stay,” Unzueta insisted. “Right now we’re scrambling trying to find who’s making the ultimate decision at the local level and the national level and the reality is that we only have people in the local DHS office to appeal to. ”