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The current law says they do.



You now an immigration attorney?



Just know the law and it was explained to you in some detail by another poster. One should always know a subject before they make comments on it.


Yes, I am aware of immigration procedures as I have dealt with the Immigration and Naturalization Service assisting others.  What is your experience?


You sure tell all you are not by what you post. Very little experience in using it or manipulating it, but do know a lot about it.

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Hey, rich, any thoughts on your "40 days out" theory?

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And per another poster, you must be in the US to apply. Why do you think that they are trying get thru the border? And Mexico refused his deal to hold them. 



You believe we should open up our borders to a mob of people just because they are demanding it?  The size of this group could be the equivalent of a military division.  You expect we should let them all in at once?

 

If they were, then liberals here would be complaining about the conditions they were enduring because it would be impossible to accommodate them all at once.  That's why the government wants to admit them in an orderly manner. 

 

No doubt this is more about partisanism against Trump, not considering the it is even more against our constitutional government. 

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@john258 wrote:

@TxGrandpa2 wrote:

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The current law says they do.



You now an immigration attorney?



Just know the law and it was explained to you in some detail by another poster. One should always know a subject before they make comments on it.


Yes, I am aware of immigration procedures as I have dealt with the Immigration and Naturalization Service assisting others.  What is your experience?

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Stonewalled, yes. Are some pretending that trump is operating efficiently and has prepared to handle the predicted influx of applicants? No, he’s trying to throw up barriers to inhibit them from applying. Similar to trying to inhibit applying for ACA, by shrinking the window for application. 

And per another poster, you must be in the US to apply. Why do you think that they are trying get thru the border? And Mexico refused his deal to hold them. 

Like there is some question about trump’s actions? Be has become very transparent and predictable. He ran on these “evil, criminal” immigrants. 

 

Never Forget

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Read for yourself (I hope it's not to complicated, you have to go to the site I provide and then click on each one individually to read it's details)

https://www.uscis.gov/humanitarian/refugees-asylum/asylum/obtaining-asylum-united-states


Perhaps you should yourself read it.   It gives the reasons for asylum:

 

Every year people come to the United States seeking protection because they have suffered persecution or fear that they will suffer persecution due to:

  • Race
  • Religion
  • Nationality
  • Membership in a particular social group
  • Political opinion

What you list can be interpreted to cover everything so why do you list it. The poster explained something to you and you want to pick a fight with him. He was helping you understand something so say thank you.

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@TxGrandpa2 wrote:

@john258 wrote:



The current law says they do.



You now an immigration attorney?



Just know the law and it was explained to you in some detail by another poster. One should always know a subject before they make comments on it.

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@ChasKy53 wrote:

Read for yourself (I hope it's not to complicated, you have to go to the site I provide and then click on each one individually to read it's details)

https://www.uscis.gov/humanitarian/refugees-asylum/asylum/obtaining-asylum-united-states


Perhaps you should yourself read it.   It gives the reasons for asylum:

 

Every year people come to the United States seeking protection because they have suffered persecution or fear that they will suffer persecution due to:

  • Race
  • Religion
  • Nationality
  • Membership in a particular social group
  • Political opinion
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The current law says they do.



You now an immigration attorney?


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The only indicator is the they have a right to apply for asylum, and are being stonewalled and denied the right to enter and apply...no matter how you try to warp it. 

Did you give everyone a psychological analysis to determine credibility?

 


Stonewalled?  They just arrived at the border and haven't been denied anything.  How long do you think it takes to do the vetting process?  Especially thousands hitting the border at once?  It not as simple as asking if they have grounds for asylum and then letting them in.


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