The move that the Supreme Court just made this Monday, revealed a whole new side of their perspective…
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Apparently, they are also tired of the radical Dems and their no-gain policies…
The United States Supreme Court said that “in no uncertain terms that illegal aliens who have been given Temporary Protected Status are not eligible for green cards to permanently remain in the U.S.”
OUCH! The Dems must be bleeding!
According to the Breitbart report,
“Justice Elena Kagan, appointed to the court by former President Obama, wrote in a 9-0 decision that a “TPS recipient who entered the United States unlawfully is not eligible … for lawful permanent resident status merely by dint of his TPS.”
Here’s a case study that the Judge took for example.
“Jose Santos Sanchez, an illegal alien from El Salvador, came to the U.S. illegally in 1997. In 2001, Sanchez was provided TPS, a nonimmigrant status that allows him to remain in the U.S. for as long as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) extends TPS for El Salvador.
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In 2014, Sanchez applied for lawful permanent resident status, commonly known as a green card, to permanently resettle in the U.S. After the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency denied Sanchez’s green card application on the grounds that he first entered the U.S. illegally, Sanchez challenged the decision in a federal district court and won.
Then, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit reversed the decision, finding that because Sanchez first entered the U.S. illegally, he was not eligible for a green card under federal immigration law.”
“The Supreme Court held that federal immigration law “applied according to its plain terms, prevents Sanchez from becoming a lawful permanent resident.”
“The question here is whether the conferral of TPS enables him to obtain lawful permanent resident status despite his unlawful entry,” Kagan writes in the Court’s opinion. “We hold that it does not.”
Their shallow basis are finally starting to break, and their whole “building of scams” will be falling apart pretty soon…