LETTER: Will Loudermilk assist amnesty for latest arrivals? | Tribune Opinion

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I used to be lately made conscious of a reported assertion by Republican Congressman Barry Loudermilk to a March assembly of the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce through which he advised the room he and a few of his colleagues assist legalization and U.S. citizenship for a bunch of unlawful aliens.

Veteran immigration skilled and author D.A. King has the complete story on his information web site — ImmigrationPoliticsGA.com — together with questions he despatched to Rep. Loudermilk’s Washington workplace asking for data and clarification on the congressman’s place. Rep. Loudermilk didn’t reply to Mr. King.

If Rep. Loudermilk helps amnesty for the unlawful aliens who now have Obama’s DACA program, will he additionally assist amnesty in a number of years for the kids now being introduced over our borders illegally by the newest batch of victims of Central American poverty?

The latest Border Patrol apprehension stats are out. In March U.S. immigration authorities apprehended or turned again greater than 103,000 migrants — together with roughly 53,000 households and practically 9,000 unaccompanied kids — alongside the U.S.-Mexico border final month. That’s a variety of potential future amnesty calls for.

Readers need to know if Rep. Loudermilk is telling the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce one thing completely different than he’s telling his constituents and to listen to a transparent place on legalization for any of the tens of millions of illegals we now take care of in our Republic. It’s simple to repeatedly redefine the phrase “amnesty” however most of us take into account it to be any act that removes the unlawful standing of any unlawful aliens.

DACA recipients are nonetheless unlawful aliens in line with the federal authorities.

The Georgia Finances and Coverage Institute tells us that Georgia is house to extra unlawful aliens than we’ve got inexperienced card holders and DHS says we’ve got extra illegals than Arizona.

Right here is hoping that the paper asks Congressman Loudermilk to clarify his remarks on amnesty and we hope unlawful immigration sees far more consideration within the paper than it does now.

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