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Public University Provides Guidance For Criminal Aliens To Avoid Authorities

 

UC Berkeley advises illegal immigrants with convictions on how to avoid becoming a 'priority for removal'

 

PoliZette

by Kathryn Blackhurst

Updated 05 Sep 2017 at 5:59 PM

 

Excerpt:

 

A website hosted by the University of California, Berkeley, warns illegal immigrants with criminal records to avoid applying for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and instead work with an attorney or campus administrators to seek “post-conviction relief.”

 

UC Berkeley’s Undocumented Student Program webpage contains recommendations for illegal immigrant students seeking to apply or reapply for DACA status given the new presidential administration.

 

"UPDATE In light of the new Trump Administration, here's what you need to know about DEFERRED ACTION FOR CHILDHOOD ARRIVALS (DACA)," the website says, warning DACA applicants that it "is unclear whether the Trump Administration will keep DACA and what it would do with the information collected through the program."

 

The recommendations include a notice for illegal immigrants with a criminal record to avoid applying for DACA.

 

"Do not apply for an initial or DACA renewal if you have a recent criminal history, as this may make you a priority for removal and provide the government with the information it needs to place you in removal proceedings," the webpage reads. "Consult with the USP attorney in such cases, as we may be able to get post-conviction relief in your case."

 

The public university's webpage did not specify clearly whether taxpayer dollars would be used to fund legal representation for criminal illegal-immigrant students — but the webpage seemed to imply that was a possibility.

 

Ira Mehlman, media director for the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), said that it's one thing for UC Berkeley to extend mere advice to criminal illegal-immigrant students, but "if this entails the university funding legal representation, then that's quite another thing."

 

*snip*

 

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MontyPython

I have a niece who's attending Berkeley. She used to be a fairly sensible young woman, but I dread what she'll be like after they've polluted her mind there.

 

<_<

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ASE

Sounds like they are aiding and abetting criminals.

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LSJ

What is wrong with these people? Baffles the mind....kinda wish they could become victims of these criminals. Reap what they sow...

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Ticked@TinselTown

What is wrong with these people? Baffles the mind....kinda wish they could become victims of these criminals. Reap what they sow...

 

I've said that for years, but should such a thing happen they will blame the system and the government for not protecting them the way they should, conveniently forgetting the fact that they played a major role in their own personal tragedies.

 

As long as other people pay the price for these jerkwads getting away with their anti law bullshidt, they won't see the light.

 

It's pretty dark with their heads up their wazoos.

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gravelrash

Just a thought. After they are convicted under our laws, lock them up indefinitely or until their country of origin comes to take them home with a guarantee that they won't try to enter this country illegally again.

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Diamond369

You know, a class in Beyonce 101 doesn't sound so bad right now? How a class in clock bomb making? :whistling:

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