One of the lies of the Obama Regime is that their deferred action program, the Administrative Amnesty, is that it is for those illegal aliens who have lived in the United States for five years or more, and specifically excludes recent illegal entrants, e.g. those who have entered the United States after January 1, 2014. Of course, there is an obvious problem with that claim, for those illegal aliens who have been here less than five years but entered before January 1, 2014 are not eligible, if that is the correct word for an illegal program, for employment authorization, but are no more going to be deported than those who receive the illegal employment authorization. More interesting is the situation of the illegal aliens who entered after January 1, 2014. More evidence has come to light that these illegal aliens will no more be deported than those who benefit from the expansion of the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty.
Three stories reveal that the Obama Regime is expanding the administrative amnesty in a rolling amnesty for illegal aliens as they arrive.
The Washington Times December 21, 2014 by Stephen Dinan
“The rising costs of enforcement and deportations has more to do with the policy changes that they have made, like discontinuing expedited and stipulated removal and programs like [Alien Transfer Exit Program] than it has to do with the changing demographics of the illegal alien population,” she said.
The import issue here is that expedited removal is the strongest tool in deporting recent illegal immigrants, and by the way, criminal aliens, as there is no quasi-judicial immigration court review that the illegal aliens can use to remain in the United States. Expedited removal is the process by which an arrested illegal alien is immediately deported back across the border after arrest. Expedited removal applied to any illegal alien with 2 years or less in the United States or an alien convicted of a deportable criminal offense.
The failure of by the Obama Regime to use expedited removal on illegal aliens caught at the border, or within two years of entry, allows illegal aliens to remain to exploit the immigration courts system where corrupt immigration "judges" like Dana Leigh Marks aid illegal aliens to remain in the United States.
Two other stories have confirmed that the Obama Regime is stage managing arrests of illegal aliens at the border with the intent to allow those illegal aliens to remain.
Homeland Security Today December 16, 2014 by Amanda Vicinanzo
With the spike in illegal immigration across the border of Southern Texas last summer, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plans to dedicate more border security resources to the prevention of illegal immigration.
As part of this effort, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson Monday inaugurated the largest immigration facility in the country. The 50-acre detention facility—a former oil field workers’ camp in rural South Texas—will be a detention camp for female and child migrants crossing the border into the US illegally.
“Here in Dilley, Texas I am announcing the opening of a new detention center here,” Johnson announced. “This facility will begin operating in a few days. It is intended for adults who cross the border illegally with their children. It replaces the temporary facility we set up in Artesia, New Mexico for the same purpose, which is closing. This new facility is much larger. The Artesia facility could hold up to about 700 people; this one will have the capacity to hold up to 2,400 people.”
Immigrations [sic] and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials said the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley is the fourth facility DHS has used to increase its capacity to detain and expedite the removal of adults with children who illegally crossed the Southwest border.
"ICE opened the temporary facility in Artesia in June as a critical piece of the government’s response to the unprecedented influx of adults with children at the Southwest border. Since then, the numbers of illegal migrants crossing into south Texas has gone down considerably," said Acting ICE Director Thomas S. Winkowski. "However, we must be prepared for traditional, seasonal increases in illegal migration. The Dilley facility will provide invaluable surge capacity should apprehensions of adults with children once again surge this spring."
Sounds like the Regime is planning to deport many recent illegal border crossers, but that is what the Regime wants the public to think. But the truth is just the opposite. The new detention facilities is not designed to hold illegal aliens while they are being processed for deportation, first, because centralized deportation holding facilities are not needed to quickly remove illegal aliens using expedited removal. Expedited removal only needs the already existing processing facilities at the border, the numerous Border Patrol Stations already provide those facilities. Expedited removal processing is a quick process and fingerprinting, photographs, and paperwork take only an hour or so, then the aliens, Mexican or otherwise, are immediately returned over the land border to Mexico from one of the many Border Patrol Stations that cover the border with Mexico.
Second, the Regime claimed that the temporary facility in Artesia, NM, was needed to process the summer wave of illegal aliens who crossed in the Lower Rio Grande Valley for deportation. However, all the illegal aliens held at the Artesia facility were released into the United States. Those illegal aliens were not deported as this blog reported.
Additional evidence that the Regime plans to process and release illegal aliens who cross the border illegally is that the Regime has announced an illegal special hiring effort for female Border Patrol Agents only. This is obviously illegal, as male Border Patrol Agents can arrest and process female and minor illegal aliens just as well as female Agents.
El Paso Times December 6, 2014, By Vic Kolenc
The U.S. Border Patrol is trying to recruit more women into its agent ranks to help deal with the influx of undocumented women trying to cross the Southwest border.
The Border Patrol on Dec. 1 issued a jobs posting aimed at women only. The application deadline is Wednesday.
"This is the first time we've had a job announcement for female agents only," said Border Patrol Agent Yesenia Leon, a spokeswoman for the agency's El Paso sector.
In October, when the agency issued a jobs posting for both men and women, only 16 percent of the applications were from women. That's why the agency decided to post a jobs announcement for women only, Leon said...
"There is a critical need for female agents. The reason is we've seen a dramatic increase in female detainees in this area. We've seen an increase of 173 percent (nationwide) since fiscal year 2011," Leon said.
In the 2014 fiscal year, which ended in October, 120,000 undocumented women immigrants were detained by the Border Patrol nationwide, compared with about 44,000 in fiscal year 2011, Leon reported. Most of that increase is due to the influx of mothers and their children from Central America, she said.
Border Patrol agents must do "pat down searches" of women detained at the border, so it helps to have women agents who can do those searches, she said.
Male Border Patrol Agents have been searching female arrestees for years. It is clear that the Obama Regime wants these female Agents only for the processing for release into the United States this huge influx of female illegal aliens. There is a good reason that so few women apply for the Border Patrol Agent position. It is the most physically demanding job in law enforcement in the United States. These female Border Patrol Agents will not be arresting and deporting illegal aliens, but will be the welcoming committee for the next wave of illegal aliens, which is already upon us.
San Antonio Express December 19, 2014 by Jason Buch and Aaron Nelsen
For the first time in decades, most of the immigrants detained crossing the border illegally came from countries other than Mexico this year, while the total number of apprehensions climbed for the third year in a row, numbers released this week show.
Border Patrol agents caught 486,651 immigrants nationwide in fiscal year 2014, data released by the Homeland Security Department show, a 16 percent increase over last year’s 420,789.
The increase was driven largely by the unaccompanied children and families from Central America who flooded the Rio Grande Valley this spring and summer, officials said. Agents in the Valley detained nearly 50,000 unaccompanied children and another 29,000 traveling with adults.
The total number of immigrants apprehended in the Valley during fiscal year 2014 increased by about 100,000, to 256,393.
It is clear that illegal aliens have gotten the message from the Obama Regime, they are free to come to the United States and will be allowed to remain even if arrested at the border.