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Sunday, November 18, 2012

County Spends $100k To Help Illegal Aliens With Immigration Forms


A U.S. county not far from the nation’s capital is spending $100,000 to provide “application assistance” to illegal immigrants recently spared from deportation under President Obama’s backdoor amnesty plan.

That means taxpayers in Maryland’s Montgomery County will pick up the tab to help illegal aliens complete paperwork required under the president’s deferred action process. Announced in June, the controversial measure allows illegal immigrants 30 and younger to remain in the U.S. and obtain work permits if they entered the country as children (“through no fault of their own,” as Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano loves to say).

In all, about 1 million illegal immigrants will benefit from the deferred action but they must follow a process that includes filling out tedious federal forms. So officials in Montgomery County, an affluent community well known for its illegal immigrant sanctuary policies, have generously offered to help. This week the county’s Department of Health and Human Services allocated $100,000 to provide application assistance to individuals who qualify for deferred action.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Here comes another tax increase. At least there is a little common sense in Delaware. I'am moving there.

Anonymous said...

People are to stupid and lazy to do anything about it.

Anonymous said...

3:15, do you live in Montgomery County? 3:40, those people you talk about don't read much either.