56,000 children more eligible for DACA in NC

56,000 more “children” aged 15-30 became immediately eligible for DACA relief in North Carolina as of March 31, 2014.(*1) These are in addition to the 19,876 so-called “dreamers” who were already granted DACA “amnesty” through September of 2013 in N.C.(*2)
These figures are in addition to the current administration shipping at least 1,200 more under the cover of darkness. (Who knows how many more they will force upon us).
How in the world are we going to absorb the costs that these “children” are going to place on the N.C. taxpayers?
This has GOT to stop! North Carolina MUST enact and enforce its’ own state immigration laws. It is legal to do so. So says the US Supreme Court.
The only way we will stop this is to loudly and continually, let your State Legislator know that you’re not going to stand for it any longer.CONTACT THEM AND DEMAND THEY TAKE ACTION! www.ncleg.net

James Johnson

President NCFIRE- North Carolinians For Immigration Reform and Enforcement
Website: www.NCFIRE.info
Twitter: @NCFIREJames
NCFIRE Hotline: 1-888-885-0879 (questions and/or anonymous reporting) 
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7 years ago

We used to have an egalitarian immigration policy. The basis was a desire to prevent any one religion, political viewpoint, or nationality from becoming excessively influential as a voting block or to society.

There were 3 standards for immigration applicants. 1. Needs of our nation, does our workforce need engineers, farmers, laborers etc. 2. Favored Nation Status. what countries do we owe favors to, like Saudi Arabia today. 3. Refugee/Humanitarian needs. Sudan, Christians in the Middle East, our Afghan and Iraqi translators and their families, etc.

Immigration numbers are asque with the millions and millions of illegal immigrants coming from one vicinity, language, and society. They have not been screened in any way, therefore, we cannot “fit” the humanitarian applicants from a broader range in numbers which reflect the global need.
We can no longer use immigration as a carrot to influence positive human rights and diplomacy in other countries,.
Our carpenters, plumbers, tech support people;s wages are under cut severely making it hard or impossible to keep afloat financially.

Check out Germany’s immigration policy and weep for what could be.