I’m Undocumented and I Love the United States
Luis Olguin

As of 2015,there are 57 Million Hispanic Americans in our country!

There are 11.6 million illegal aliens in our Country with 6.6 million of them being Mexicans! Over half of the 850,000 “Dreamers” are Mexicans who with American Citizenship will be able to bring in thousands of their relatives under the “Chain Migration” act! The Democrats have already granted 45,000 of them our American Citizenship through a Loophole they don’t talk about! There are 300,000 Anchor babies born in our country each year (Most on our Southern Border) and most of them are Mexicans that are now American Citizens Hispanic Americans support amnesty because they want to increase their Power Base! And the Bobble Heads in Washington do nothing! Tell your Congressman and U.S. Senators before we become another Mexico!


“President Barack Obama’s deputies opened a little-known immigration backdoor to put 45,000 DACA illegals on a multistep path to citizenship, according to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
According to the committee, the “advanced parole” loophole has ensured:

As of August 21, 2017, 45,447 DACA recipients have been approved for advance parole through an I-131 Application for travel documents. This approval allows a DACA recipient to travel out of the country and legally return, making them eligible to adjust their immigration status and receive a green card.

Overall, 60,000 of the 800,000 DACA illegals have been allowed to apply for Green Cards via several legal routes. That number includes the 45,000 DACA illegals who are using the “advanced parole” backdoor.

So far, 40,000 DACA illegals have been approved to get Green Cards. Many have received the cards, and 2,181 have subsequently applied for citizenship.

The “advanced parole” backdoor has been used for several years. The process works like this: DACA illegals asked officials in Obama’s Department of Homeland Security if they could go home for an emergency and be allowed back into the United States under the “advanced parole” status. The status was previously reserved for a few emergencies, such as a sick traveler on an international flight.

Once approval was granted, the DACA illegal went home — usually to Mexico — and returned back to the United States via the legal process. The legal return allowed them to use many other features in the immigration law to file for Green Cards status.

Once given a Green Card, the former illegal can gain citizenship and voting rights after several years.

Citizenship gives the former illegals full access to U.S. federal spending programs, and also the “chain migration” right to seek citizenship for the parents who brought the illegals into our country”