Obama admin being sued for not providing amnesty records

Illegal Aliens1The Immigration Reform Institute is suing the Obama administration for refusing to provide any illegal alien amnesty records concerning its broad amnesty programs that might reveal their connections with outside lobbyists and other special interest groups.

The U.S. Supreme Court blocked President Barack Obama’s immigration plan that sought to shield millions living in the U.S. illegally from deportation but the Immigration Reform Institute has had enough and is looking to force the administration to release all records.

The records being sought span eight separate requests, each of which has been unlawfully stonewalled by the agency. If no records are kept, it will keep future presidents from finding illegals.

From the Daily Caller:

IRLI also is interested in how many fee waivers the Obama administration has handed out to DACA-recipients, as well as how these programs affect waiting time periods for people who apply for legal permanent residency through proper channels.

But that’s not all.

IRLI also suspects that top administration officials have attacked low-level employees, who are frustrated with the administration’s aggressive approach to re-engineering the immigration system. There also may be communication between these top officials and outside lobbyists from the tech industry hungry for more visas to support foreign labor and from open borders activists.

In a press release by the Immigration Reform Institute, IRLI Executive Director, Dale L. Wilcox, commented, “The records we expect to obtain in response to our suit we hope will raise public awareness regarding Obama’s lawless, open-borders policies, and assist states, localities, and the taxpaying-public across the nation who must bear this unfair burden caused by unregulated immigration.” Wilcox continued, “It is the most vulnerable in America, like single moms, minorities, recent immigrants, and working-seniors, that are most affected by the Obama Administration’s unlawful programs and it is these groups that IRLI hopes to educate and empower most.”

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