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    Estimate of Undocumented Immigrants Who Could Avoid Deportation Rises

    Estimate of Undocumented Immigrants Who Could Avoid Deportation Rises | Fox News Latino

    Nearly 1.8 million undocumented immigrants could have their deportations suspended for two years, and legally obtain jobs here, under President Obama’s recent policy to give them leniency.

    We are having problems creating jobs in this country, so we are going to add 1.8 million people to the work force? Can someone please explain that logic?
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    Re: Estimate of Undocumented Immigrants Who Could Avoid Deportation Rises

    Quote Originally Posted by muciti View Post
    Estimate of Undocumented Immigrants Who Could Avoid Deportation Rises | Fox News Latino


    We are having problems creating jobs in this country, so we are going to add 1.8 million people to the work force? Can someone please explain that logic?

    You mean it isn't 800,000 like they originally said? Say it ain't so.I am so shocked,it doesn't make sense that they lie to us about how many illegals they allow with Obama's back door amnesty. (sarcasm)
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