DHS Sets Up Complaint Hotline for Illegal Immigrants
The Department of Homeland Security has set up a hotline for illegal immigrants to call and complain if they feel their rights under President Obama's amnesty program are being violated.
The president's amnesty policy prevents the deportation of up to 4 million illegal immigrants and orders Border Patrol agents and Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents not to arrest other people who are in the country illegally who don’t meet the criteria for full amnesty.
A memo from U.S. Customs and Border Protection says, "If you believe you (or a family member) were apprehended and processed by a Customs and Border Protection officer or Border Patrol agent contrary to the new DHS enforcement priorities, please tell us about your experience by contacting the CBP INFO Center."
The National Border Control Council said that this is a "slap in the face" to those who risk their lives to enforce the laws. They explained this new hotline invites illegal immigrants to ridicule agents when the government should be offering those agents support.
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