Lawyer conducts case study of Dream 30 abuse of humanitarian relief process supported by DreamActivist.org and NIYAby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Oct. 05, 2013, under Legal Immigration Reform
I have concerns with regard to the abuse of the asylum court hearing process and humanitarian parole. Mohammad Abdollahi (Iranian immigrant) and Prerna Lal (Fijian immigrant) are the founders of DreamActivist.org which promotes The National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA). Prerna sends out communications listing Mohammad’s cell phone as the media contact for NIYA. I especially hold the Fijian immigrant leader accountable in light of her age and advanced law school background. She has given very bad advice as a so-called immigrant activist leader by encouraging people to lie about the Social Security information and has listed herself as a lawyer.
I believe Mohammad Abdollahi and Prerna Lal founders of pseudeo DREAM Act organization via DreamActivist.org and The Niya are indeed abusing the system. They are trying to exploit the Mexican immigrants and undereducated minors who are desperate to come back in light of their “legal coyote” financial scams.
Susan Pai is an immigration lawyer and a professional from Florida.
She highlights concerns of the abuse taking place with regard to humanitarian parole.
Susan Pai’s blog highlights the inadequacies of DreamActivist[.]org below where you can see the complete story with images in her own blog here :
Leaders of DreamActivist[.]org write about Marco who wants to participate in the humanitarian parole process and state:
“Arriving in Mexico, Marco realized the mistake he made, the country he was born in was nothing like what he remembered. ‘Even a trip to the store was dangerous because there are gangs on every corner and at any moment they will fight each other or jump someone who was not from that neighborhood.”… “Marco then tried to do things the “right way” by applying for a student visa, to come back home. ‘They told me I wouldn’t get the Visa because I had lived in the U.S. before. I was devastated.’”
Yet, in August 2013, Marco says he’s in no hurry to apply for a visa to visit his cousin.
However, in this New Yorker article Mohammad Abdollahi states because Marco grew up in the US, Marco is an “instant target” in Mexico and therefore should be granted asylum or other humanitarian relief.
This teenager [in below photo] is from Ecuador, Luis, was less fortunate than Marco. He was the sole survivor of a Zetas Cartel massacre of migrants trying to cross into the U.S.
(Above) Migrants killed for refusing to be assassins.
It is to protect the lives of individuals like Luis for whom asylum was designed and for whom we are compelled to grant humanitarian relief. It is humanitarian relief DreamActivist dot org is seeking on behalf of Marco Pacheco, one of the Dream 30.
More than ever, Republican House of Representatives ought to fix the broken immigration system via legal immigration reform that will reduce scam artists who are exploiting Mexicans and giving them false promises under the guise of “legal coyote” work. Mohammad and Prerna are in the business of recruiting and expanding their sham network when they use 13 year old children for their financial agenda.
Que triste y mal.