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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

NYT REACTS TO REPORT OF THREE YEAR CITIZENSHIP WAITS

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The New York Times takes USCIS to task for the recent announcement that it will likely take three years or more to approve citizenship applications filed in the last year:

You can tell a country's priorities from what works and where the money
goes. With billions for border and workplace enforcement, the
government has been rushing to impose ever more sophisticated and
intrusive means to keep immigrants out. Yet it continues to tolerate a
creaky, corrosively inept system for welcoming immigrants in -- an
underperforming bureaucracy that takes their money and makes them wait,
with a chronic indolence that is just another form of hostility.

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  1. Another voice's Avatar
    In a republican administration this can only mean that they do not want all of those potential new citizens to vote.
  2. USC's Avatar
    You have blogged some really great stories in the past couple of days!!
  3. Greg Siskind's Avatar
    Thanks USC.
  4. Z VISA's Avatar
    "In a republican administration this can only mean that they do not want all of those potential new citizens to vote."

    Yeah , Emilio Gonalez does not like people who share his last name voting like he does. The agency run by him is disenfranchising potential voters.
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