2008 Trafficking Law Largely Inapplicable to Current Border Crisis
If true it raises questions how competent is Obama when it comes to the law ?
May explain why his college transcripts still haven't be released.
Or is the Obama administration committing another crime by knowling misinterpreting what an UAC is to push for Congress to reward illegal aliens with amnesty ?
>" The recent influx of Central American illegal immigrants has resulted in a significant debate about how the United States should deal with the newly arrived families and children. Despite the attention it has received, by its own terms, the "William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008" a law aimed, in part, at "unaccompanied alien children" who are victims of trafficking may have little applicability to the current situation on the border:
It appears that a significant majority of children coming across are not "unaccompanied alien children" according to the definition found in federal law. Federal law defines an "unaccompanied alien child" as an illegal alien under the age of 18 who is without "a parent or legal guardian in the United States". Data from government agencies suggest that the overwhelming majority of minors arriving on the U.S. border have family in the United States.
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