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"Under a State Department policy that took effect Friday, almost all visa applicants to the United States will now be required to submit the social media usernames, email addresses and phone numbers they’ve used in the past five years."  

 

This said it went in to effect this past Friday, May 31.  For ALL NEW Visa Applications. 

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/visa-social-media-state-department_n_5cf4898ce4b0e8085e3bfde1?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cDovL3d3dy53aGF0cmVhbGx5aGFwcGVuZWQuY29tLw&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAGJlCy4HpBzruDLzOyLAuJPDjCQr0ncci0V9D-W-FBfXenipQecm-t-8EimOmFKly4myU3uFQPL20b_IK6-GXKBZBmcz67Jh_soMrtVwxaul3QEd51QjBuaMy4HeRwwbKUpNT99jXQegAQHm1YhGLmmBPmgeDzrUhVZO6Le04ZBU

 

In the meantime, back at the Ranch,  Illegals crossing with "family" get settled and a GC in 60 to 90 days,  for free,  10's of thousands.  I guess they are busy working on those GC's first..

 

 

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Just now, Ash. said:

Where have you found that 10's of thousands of people have crossed illegally and received GC's in 60 to 90 days?

They've already been doing this for Morocco so this isn't new to some people.

Imo I'm one for understanding what you put on the internet is free game and that if you put some questionable things up and you get held accountable for it, that's on you.

They don't get a GC in 60-90 days @Highmystic but they are receiving EADs in order to work while their so called asylum claim is being processed. Then when the court case comes up the majority of them do not show up for it.

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Just now, Cyberfx1024 said:

They don't get a GC in 60-90 days @Highmystic but they are receiving EADs in order to work while their so called asylum claim is being processed. Then when the court case comes up the majority of them do not show up for it.


Yeah that's MASSIVELY different than receiving GC's. EAD is temporary until the court date, and if they miss the court date then their EAD is revoked.
 


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7 minutes ago, Ash. said:


Yeah that's MASSIVELY different than receiving GC's. EAD is temporary until the court date, and if they miss the court date then their EAD is revoked.

That is true but do you think that stops people from not working??? It airs a air of legitimacy to even revoked EADs that employer's will take to be valid. Then you have the son stories when they are caught in order to try and avoid deportation.

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29 minutes ago, Ben & Katy said:

People will eventually just quit coming to the USA for tourism....

 

Why?  Tourists are not classified as immigrants

they don't do the DS 160 and ds 260

they fill out an application with supporting documents about their income,  housing and assets and have an interview

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46 minutes ago, Ash. said:

Where have you found that 10's of thousands of people have crossed illegally and received GC's in 60 to 90 days?

I'm curious about the source of this info as well?


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3 hours ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

They don't get a GC in 60-90 days @Highmystic but they are receiving EADs in order to work while their so called asylum claim is being processed. Then when the court case comes up the majority of them do not show up for it.

Yes, I stand corrected!  EAD was what I meant.. duh.. I was typing in a hurry and had to go.  Sorry.  I suspect that after as much as 3 years before a hearing, they forgot about it, and maybe moved a couple times, got a new email, etc... so never got an update.    Now, working is better than welfare but with the massive amount of them getting EAD's takes jobs from

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3 hours ago, Ash. said:

Where have you found that 10's of thousands of people have crossed illegally and received GC's in 60 to 90 days?

They've already been doing this for Morocco so this isn't new to some people.

Imo I'm one for understanding what you put on the internet is free game and that if you put some questionable things up and you get held accountable for it, that's on you.

Actually, the Washington Times stated that in 2017, nearly 2 million illegals were granted EAD,s, so I stand corrected, it's not "10's of thousands, but Hundreds of thousands, in ONE year...  

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20 hours ago, Highmystic said:

In the meantime, back at the Ranch,  Illegals crossing with "family" get settled and a GC in 60 to 90 days,  for free,  10's of thousands.  I guess they are busy working on those GC's first..

Where is exactly is this place, so I can go back to my village in Vietnam and tell my countrymen to get on the very common flight from Vietnam to Mexico City in order to get some of those GCs?

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16 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

Where is exactly is this place, so I can go back to my village in Vietnam and tell my countrymen to get on the very common flight from Vietnam to Mexico City in order to get some of those GCs?

I was talking to my wife about this the other day. Someone she knows back in the Philippines asking her about DACA and TPS, and she referred them to me because I am more knowledgeable about it than she is. They had heard somewhere that you only needed to live here for 3 years in order to qualify for DACA. I told my wife that they would first have to get a tourist visa here to the USA. I told my wife "if your friend was really serious then they can get a plane ticket to Mexico and cross illegally, then claim asylum". 

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