Illegals Are Provided Coaching On How To Avoid Deportation

Illegals Are Provided Coaching On How To Avoid Deportation

I wonder if all the groups are familiar with 8 U.S. Code 1324?

(Washington Times) Immigrant-rights groups released a new video Monday coaching illegal immigrants on their constitutional rights and how to avoid run-ins with federal deportation agents, as advocates gear up to try to thwart as many deportations as possible.

The video is part of a growing infrastructure designed to protect illegal immigrants from legal consequences under President Trump, and gives instructions on handling everything from encounters on the streets to when agents show up at a home with a deportation warrant.

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“If they come here, to the house, don’t open the doors. ‘No abran las puertas,’” the advocates say in a 7-minute training video, released by a coalition that’s dubbed itself Informed Immigrant.

The video is aimed at children, who are encouraged to get their families to plan for potential encounters with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers and agents.

Already, officers say they’re seeing far fewer people willing to open doors to them in recent months as warnings take hold.

This is a violation of (A)(1)(a)(iv) and (v). But, really, few are ever charged with the statute. It’s usually those who smuggle illegals over the border. That said, as I’ve noted many times, it would be worthwhile for ICE to get warrants. Have a bunch of judges across the country, perhaps some retired ones who want a little something to do, who will authorize arrest/detain warrants for those who are unlawfully present in the U.S.

Of course, these are the types of people the activist groups are helping

Fortunately, we have grounded people working in the Senate

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Yeah, it is a crime to be unlawfully present in the United States. Illegally coming to the U.S. is actually a crime, for which “for the first commission of any such offense, be fined under title 18 or imprisoned not more than 6 months, or both, and, for a subsequent commission of any such offense, be fined under title 18, or imprisoned not more than 2 years, or both.” Overstaying visas has similar penalties.

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