The head of the U.S. immigration agents union has issued an "urgent plea to the nation" to stop Pres. Obama's planned executive amnesty "before it is too late" and the U.S. becomes "exponentially" more dangerous.
Kenneth Palinkas, President of the National Citizenship and Immigration Services Council representing 12,000 United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) adjudicators and personnel, issued the statement today warning of the president's planned executive immigration orders that would result in the issuance of 34 million green cards and employment authorization documents.
In his "Urgent Plea To Nation Regarding Executive Amnesty," Palinkas warns that America will become far more dangerous if Pres. Obama is allowed to grant executive amnesty after the upcoming elections:
"I write today to warn the general public that this situation is about to get exponentially worse - and more dangerous.
"America dodged a bullet when the Senate immigration package S. 744 was blocked by the House. That legislation would have been a financial and security catastrophe. But news reports have leaked information to the public of a USCIS management contract bid for a 'surge' printing of 34 million green cards and employment authorization documents to be provided to foreign nationals, a bid that predicts the Administration's promised executive amnesty.
"This massive unilateral amnesty is slated to be issued after the November 2014 elections. Efforts by members of the Senate to block this action were stopped in their tracks by 52 Senators who, on July 31st, defeated a legislative maneuver to prohibit the President's actions."
For the sake of national and neighborhood security, USCIS is calling on all Americans to speak out and stop Obama's unilateral amnesty - "before it is too late":
"That is why this statement is intended for the public: if you care about your immigration security and your neighborhood security, you must act now to ensure that Congress stops this unilateral amnesty. Let your voice be heard and spread the word to your neighbors.
"We who serve in our nation's immigration agencies are pleading for your help - don't let this happen. Express your concern to your Senators and Congressmen before it is too late."