DHS: $484 million, 3,000 bureaucrats needed for amnesty

Article author: 
Cheryl Chumley
Article publisher: 
World Net Daily
Article date: 
18 March 2015
Article category: 
Our American Future
Article Body: 
If President Obama’s deferred deportation goals for illegals are allowed to go forward, the cost to taxpayers to hire the necessary number of immigration officials to process the paperwork could hit the $484 million mark – and that’s per year.
Basically, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency would have to hire about 3,100 new employees...
The USCIC spokesperson at the hearing said “planning was based on the assumption that 60 percent of all individuals who may be considered for DACA or DAPA would elect to file a request.”...
“Should that initial planning estimate hold true and the injunction were lifted, USCIS might ultimately need to increase its hiring plan up to a total of 3,100 new employees at an annual cost of $184.3 million, and total program costs of between $324 million and $484 million per year,” the agency spokesperson said, Infowars reported.
DAPA stands for Deferred Action to Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents and DACA, for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program. Both are pet projects of Obama; detractors of the plans describe them as clear-cut amnesty programs...