For more than 100 years, U.S. law has allowed federal officials to bar immigrants who, based on a specific formula, seem likely to need public assistance after arrival. That test is known as the “public charge” law. The law technically allows federal immigration authorities to deport immigrants who become public dependents within five years of their arrival and prevent legal immigrants from moving toward citizenship for the same reason.We already have way too many lowlife motherfuckers feeding at the trough so don't come here if you can't afford to support yourself and the fleabags you bring with you. We hard-working Americans don't work our whole lives to support a bunch worthless fucking third world immigrants.
Individuals living in the United States who want to help their relatives enter the country also are already required to sign an affidavit attesting to the fact that they earn enough money to support themselves and those hoping to immigrate. Anyone signing such an affidavit also agrees to pay back public assistance should their relatives receive it.
On top of that, in 1996, President Bill Clinton signed The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, widely known as “welfare reform.” In addition to the lifetime limits for all welfare recipients, the law significantly restricted immigrant access to the U.S. social safety net.
Friday, February 03, 2017
Why thank you too, Bubba! ...Get a job or get the fuck out!
"Trump draft executive order full of sound and fury on immigration, welfare and deportation"
Posted by Stram at 2/03/2017