warning to illegal Haitians in U.S

< Previous | Home | Next >

Because of the demise of the U.S. economy and with 10+% unemployement and the situation not likely to get better anytime soon regarding employment situation there is growing opposition to illegals in the U.S. and many illegal Mexicans have already started returning home because there is no work for them here in the U.S. and the U.S. now has new punishments for employers who hire illegals.

Your main concern is not the federal authorities but all local authorities such as local hospitals, local police including county Sheriffs departments and State Police, etc. who are now inclined to want to play a role in finding illegals and what happens is if you don't have proof you are a certified U.S. citizen or have a green card or a social security card or all of these things then these local authorities turn you over to immigration which is obligated to deport you because "authorities" have turned you in. I, as indivial citizen, could call up the immigration people in Orlando, FL, as an example, and say to them there are people I believe to be illegals living across the street from me and they would most likely do nothing but when a hospital authority or the police turn an illegal over to immigration they are obligated to act and now, with the demise of the U.S. economy, you have growing dislike for illegals and efforts by many local authoritis to become involved in trying to find them and report them whereas before this was strickly a federal matter.

Here is a solution for illegals to consider now before its too late to carry out this option.

Plan a move to Abaco island in the Bahamas as there are already a large number of illegal Haitians there and they have been accepted by the Bahamas government and are not being deported but actually have jobs working for the resorts as repairmen or grounds people, etc. There are other future options for Haitians on Abaco island in the Bahamas I am not at liberty to go into now but trust me this is sound advice for all illegals to plan your move there now before you are caught and sent straight back to Haiti and stuck there having a much harder time trying to get into Abaco island in the Bahamas.

Rkgs, September 12 2009, 1:58 PM

Start a NEW topic or,
Jump to previous | Next Topic >

< Previous | Home | Next >