Local Congressman Ask Washington To Work On [Amnesty] Immigration Reform

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San Diego 6
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3 July 2014
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National News
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Democratic Congressman Scott Peters will be holding a press conference at UCSD Thursday, along with community leaders and members of the ACLU, to ask for the U.S House of Representatives to call for a vote on [amnesty] immigration.

Peters says it has been one year since the U.S. Senate passed a bipartisan, comprehensive  [amnesty]  immigration reform bill, and says he recognizes that the House would very likely take a different approach to passing reform.

"We have long called on House Republican Leadership and members of the House GOP conference to take action on meaningful reform legislation to fix our fundamentally broken immigration system," Peters said in a statement.

Yesterday Republican Congressman Darrell Issa (CA-49) along with 32 other Members of Congress sent a letter to President Barack Obama asking him to end the unilateral executive action known as “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals," which gives Homeland Security their own prosecutorial discretion over immigrant children ...

Dozens of protesters blocked three busloads of [illegal aliens] migrants from Central America brought to a Border Patrol processing station in Murrieta on Tuesday, those buses were turned around and sent back to the San Ysidro station ...

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) [amnesty] s a memorandum signed by President Obama in 2012.

Once the [illegal alien] families and children are processed, they will be given the opportunity to contact family and friends living in the United States with whom they can live until their deportation hearing, which is required 15 days after their release ...


  More than 1,000 people showed up, most of them to voice their frustrations and anger with the federal government's attempts to bring [illegal aliens] undocumented women and children to be processed in Murrieta ... Another wanted to know what happens after the immigrants are processed. The ICE representative said they are given an order to appear in front of an immigration judge within 15 days. That answer did not sit well with the audience. "I can't control what they do," the ICE representative said ...

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Issa, Darrell (R) Representative, CA49
 Representative Issa's immigration voting record
 Representative Issa's immigration report card

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