What part of "illegal" aren't they teaching in our schools today ?
By awarding these criminals divers licenses so they could move more freely avoiding capture is aiding and abetting.
If a convicted felon were to escape from a penal institution and he approaches you seeking help to avoid capture and you feed him, give him shelter for the night, you committed a crime, by aiding and abetting the escaped convict. If you voluntarily give him the keys to your car so he can move more freely avoiding capture your aiding and abetting the convict.
What does the state of Illinois plan to use to identify who these illegal aliens are they pocess a valid passport ? If they are from Mexico or Central America, I doubt it. A Mexican birth certificate isn't recognized as a valid form of identifications if you know any thing about Mexico or most of Latin America. Many illegal alies have established alias, they aren't who they really are.
Most illegal aliens have committed more than one crime than just illegally violating America's sovereignty.
The Myth of the “Otherwise Law-Abiding” Illegal Alien
>" For years advocates of amnesty and high levels of immigration have described the illegal alien population as one made up of "otherwise law-abiding" people who have committed no violation other than the simple act of crossing a border illegally or overstaying a visa.1 Journalists routinely invoke this language when writing about amnesty, conspicuously avoiding any discussion of the various crimes the average working illegal alien commits. Many politicians have also embraced the myth of the otherwise law-abiding illegal alien in an effort to promote amnesty, arguing that illegal aliens are no threat to the United States.2
But the average illegal alien violates numerous statutes, often creating real victims.
This Backgrounder details the many statutes the average illegal alien who is simply "here to work" may be violating. The violations include laws involving the entry, presence, and travel of illegal aliens as well as laws related to employment such as perjury and identity theft. Examples of oft-violated but under-enforced laws include: "<
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The findings include:
>" •Illegal immigrants are not “undocumented.” They have fraudulent documents such as counterfeit Social Security cards, forged drivers licenses, fake “green cards,” and phony birth certificates. Experts suggest that approximately 75 percent of working-age illegal aliens use fraudulent Social Security cards to obtain employment.
•Most (98 percent) Social Security number (SSN) thieves use their own names with stolen numbers. The federal E-Verify program, now mandated in only 14 states, can detect this fraud. Universal, mandatory use of E-Verify would curb this and stop virtually 100 percent of child identity theft.
•Illegal immigration and high levels of identity theft go hand-in-hand. States with the most illegal immigration also have high levels of job-related identity theft. In Arizona, 33 percent or all identity theft is job-related (as opposed to identity theft motivated simply by profit). In Texas it is 27 percent; in New Mexico, 23 percent; in Colorado, 22 percent; California, 20 percent; and in Nevada, 16 percent. Eight of the 10 states with the highest percentage of illegal aliens in their total population are among the top 10 states in identity theft (Arizona, California, Florida, Texas, Nevada, New York, Georgia, and Colorado).
•Children are prime targets. In Arizona, it is estimated that over one million children are victims of identity theft. In Utah, 1,626 companies were found to be paying wages to the SSNs of children on public assistance under the age of 13. These individuals suffer very real and very serious consequences in their lives.
•Illegal aliens commit felonies in order to get jobs. Illegal aliens who use fraudulent documents, perjure themselves on I-9 forms, and commit identity theft in order to get jobs are committing serious offenses and are not “law abiding.”
•Illegally employed aliens send billions of dollars annually to their home countries, rather than spending it in the United States and helping stimulate the American economy. In October 2008 alone, $2.4 billion was transferred to Mexico.
•Tolerance of corruption erodes the rule of law. Corruption is a serious problem in most illegal aliens’ home countries. Allowing it to flourish here paves the way for additional criminal activity and increased corruption throughout society..."<
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Immigration and Crime: Assessing a Conflicted Issue | Center for Immigration Studies
All you have to do is look at how many local municipality mayors, city council member and city managers have been arrested and convicted for corruption in the past couple of decades in California. (City of Bell, Cudahy, Bellflower, San Fernando...) They all have something in common, Spanish surnames. You look a little further and you discover they were awarded amnesty in the past or are anchor babies. They brought Mexican political corruption to America.
When the current Obama administration closes down national war memorials and parks and denies American citizens and vets access to these monuments while at the same time allows illegal aliens access to the closed National Mall where they don't ask but DEMAND amnesty, citizenship and free stuff, something is wrong in America.
America's immigration policies are suppose to be what's best for America and it's citizens. Not what's best for the immigrant or one political party.
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