Keep the Home-Schoolers Out, Let the Terrorist Supporters In?
"The United States Supreme Court has scheduled Romeike v. Holder for review conference. The court is expected to rule on whether or not to take the case and issue its decision in its orders Monday.
"The Romeike family was granted asylum in 2010 by a federal immigration judge who found that Germany’s treatment of the family amounted to persecution. As evidence he cited state officials’ threats against home-schoolers in general to levy crushing fines, file criminal charges and take away children, and against the Romeikes in particular for their sincere religious beliefs.
"The Obama administration appealed and has subsequently opposed granting the family asylum protection. The 6th Circuit Court agreed with the Obama administration, saying that Germany was just enforcing its law."
Please read Home-Schooling Persecution Not a Problem, DOJ Tells Supreme Court at Chrisma News.
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Please then read Obama Grants Asylum-Seeking Aliens Who Gave Terror Groups ‘Limited Material Support’ Easier Access to U.S. by Elizabeth Kreft, at The Blaze.
"'The Obama administration relaxed its rules this month for potential asylum seekers and refugees to the U.S. who may have terrorist links or who have given “limited material support” to groups classed as terrorist organizations, the RT Network reported.
"The move is one of the first executive actions on immigration following President Obama’s promise to use more executive directives in his State of the Union address last month.
"The new notice relaxes limitations under 8 U.S.C. 1182 for persons seeking asylum who may have helped terror organizations without realizing it (Image via Shutterstock).
"The Department of Homeland Security and the State Department published the new notice, dubbed the “Exercise of Authority Under Section 212(d)(3)(B)(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act” Wednesday in the Federal Register..."
"...The goal: if those seeking asylum gave unintentional support to the terrorist network, they can enter the United States."