June 10, 2009, - 11:27 am

Janet Napolitano Announces She Won’t Enforce Anti-Marriage Fraud Measure

By Debbie Schlussel
It’s bad enough that for the eight years of the Bush administration, many Bush U.S. Attorneys let ICE agents know they wouldn’t prosecute marriage fraud cases. It’s worse knowing that a giant international Muslim marriage fraud ring operating between Jordan and Detroit continues in business because Michigan/Ohio Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Special Agent in Charge Brian Moskowitz a/k/a “Abu Moskowitz” refuses to go after the ring (after agents of his alerted him to it).
Now, it gets even worse.
Department of Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano a/k/a “The Lesbionic Woman” has announced that she will not pursue an important deportation policy designed to further thwart marriage fraud.
The rule, known as the “widow penalty,” requires aliens married for less than two years and/or who didn’t complete the green card process before their spouses died, to be deported.

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Thanks, Gringo Infidel J-No

For Giving Us New Reasons to Marry Dumb American Woman & Kill Her

Memo to illegal aliens: New Path to U.S. Citizenship–Marry an American and find a way to get them killed or have them mysteriously die. Yes, this move by J-No only encourages illegal aliens to marry American citizens and kill them.
Enforcement of the policy was an important way to thwart marriage fraud. Did the woman–or man–marry the American because they loved their betrothed . . . or merely because they loved the opportunity to become an American citizen? If it’s the former, the widowed spouse should have no problem returning to his or her native country. If it’s the latter, well, the surviving alien spouse committed marriage fraud and should be deported.
Unfortunately, liberal media outlets like CBS’ “60 Minutes,” have done long one-sided, tear-filled segments on how “awful” and “barbaric” the U.S. is for deporting these spouses. We’ve been treated to sobbing spouses (some of them Muslim women contractors married in Iraq) telling us how much they loved their deceased spouses. Well, what the heck does that have to do with their right to remain in America? Most of their tears are really over their future outside of the U.S.
But they can stop their crying, as their Oprah-style sob-fest has worked. Napolitano has come to the rescue.

The Department of Homeland Security said Tuesday it is temporarily freezing a policy of deporting widows and widowers of U.S. citizens, a sign of the Obama administration’s interest in new approaches to immigration.
Only a few hundred people were at risk of deportation under the policy, but critics viewed it as one of the most painful consequences of President George W. Bush’s immigration crackdown.

Um, why are we tailoring our immigration enforcement to avoid the “painful”? Putting robbers and murderers in prison is painful, too, so maybe we should stop enforcing those laws, too. Speeding tickets . . . very painful. Suspended driver’s licenses to a family where the bread winner needs to get to work . . . painful, indeed.

Under the current interpretation of federal law, some immigrants whose American spouses had died faced possible deportation because their legal status was in limbo. The rule applied to immigrants who had been married for less than two years or whose green-card process hadn’t been completed when their spouses died. The clause, known as the “widow penalty,” had resulted in a spate of lawsuits.
On Tuesday, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced that her agency was freezing any action against such widows and widowers for two years. “Smart immigration policy balances strong enforcement practices with common-sense, practical solutions to complicated issues,” Ms. Napolitano said.

Common sense, my butt. This is all about public relations and easing the way to enforcing immigration laws less and less and less . . . until there’s illegal alien amnesty.

A Department of Homeland Security statement said U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the agency that oversees immigrant petitions, would give favorable consideration to requests for reinstatement of cases that previously had been revoked under the law.
Ms. Napolitano’s directive offers relief, if only temporary, to some 200 widows and widowers. However, it suggests the Obama administration could be testing a softer approach to other contentious aspects of immigration policy.

Ah, a “softer approach” to immigration policy. Oprah Winfrey and the Lifetime Network are now running America’s borders.

In Tuesday’s announcement, DHS described Ms. Napolitano’s directive as a “short-term arrangement,” and noted that immigration law would need to be amended for a permanent new policy to take effect.

Again, it’s the same old “comprehensive immigration reform” a/k/a illegal alien amnesty that keeps getting pimped on us–first by Bush, now by Obama.

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Combined with the ruling from Michael W. Straus yesterday, America is well on its way to becoming the world’s flophouse.
On immigration and border policies America is desperate but not serious about enforcing them.

NormanF on June 10, 2009 at 12:24 pm

This is hysterical! J-No and her band of boobs are putting “a temporary freeze on the deportation of widows and widowers”. Hell, they haven’t enforced that nor marriage fraud in general since Moses was a corporal. The U.S. Attorneys Office wouldn’t touch it with a ten foot pole and ICE doesn’t have the saavy or the balls to enforce the law in the first place.
Trying to get a marriage fraud case under investigation is tantamount to trying to prove a woman as an unfit mother. This crap has been going on for years and will continue to do so while the rest of tht immigration problems run rampant because of lack of duty. As screwed up as DHS and its components are, it’s no surprise that nothing gets done and we’re in the position we find ourselves.
Bend over and smile!!!

ICEnomore on June 10, 2009 at 4:44 pm

Why not try it this way.
If you want to marry a foreign national, go ahead, but you have to live in their country at least 3 years as a married couple. Then after they can prove they have been married, cohabited and the marriage might make it, then come to America.
In that time you can teach your spouse “english” and you can live and learn some of their wonderful culture that they are trying to flee.

ender on June 10, 2009 at 10:23 pm

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