November 11, 2011
Subject: Please Urge Republicans in the House of Representatives to fix the broken immigration system via the gang of eight comprehensive immigration reform plan in the name of our National Security this year; Reduce Financial Scam Artists
Dear Senator John McCain,
I want to thank you for your leadership with regard to the Gang of Eight legal comprehensive immigration reform plan. Attached you will find a letter from Michigan U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow. I sent her a letter on October 11, 2013, with regard to Mohammad Abdollahi (Iranian immigrant who is using our Nation as a safe haven) and the issue of our National Security. Mohammad grew up in Michigan with possible residence there, and it is unclear where he lives now. DreamActivist.org has filed at least two LLC’s and the information on the most recent LLC assembled is public record with the Wyoming Secretary of State listing the DREAMACTIVIST LLC mailing address and principal office in Antioch, CA 94509. However, the name and address of the initial member of the LLC is Mohammad with a Washington DC 20009 address (see attachment in email). Nonetheless, Mohammad is the co-founder of DreamActivist.org and the National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA) which are groups participating in acts leading towards wanting to bring back all1.7 million undocumented immigrants (including the real criminal and dangerous element that have already been deported).
As a Mexican American voter and Veteran who served, I can assure you that I support legal comprehensive immigration reform that will benefit our Nation and eliminate financial scam artists such as Mohammad Abdollahi. I do not want the “real criminal element” who have already been deported to be brought back to our Nation. Many Mexican Americans want to focus on the 11 million immigrants who remain in our Nation and who are contributing members to our Nation.
I urge you to encourage Republicans in the House of Representatives to fix the broken immigration system via the gang of eight comprehensive immigration reform plan in the name of our National Security before they take their Holiday recess this year. We must reduce scam artists who are taking advantage of the undereducated minor immigrants who are desperate and are blindly following leaders who may be putting more people at risk via “legal coyote” work. The 2013 Legal immigration reform bill is a major step forward in securing our Nation because only after everyone is registered and documented will we know who is in our Nation and where we can find them. We know that once we fix the broken immigration system, and once we document all immigrants — then they can feel safe to help law enforcement agencies to target criminal activity without the fear of deportation when they report suspicious activity to the law enforcement authorities. Therefore, bringing the immigrants out of the shadows will only strengthen our Nation’s security.
Mohammad Abdollahi is on the record for soliciting thousands of dollars, and gloats about performing successful legal coyote work – see below. I informed the Arizona FBI office and the representative told me there was no such thing as “legal coyote” work . I filled out a report showing Mohammad’s tweets with regard to ideas I am confident you will not be in support of.
I believe Mohammad is spreading false information to confuse the public while taking advantage of desperate immigrants who have deported themselves voluntarily. He has exploited minor children in his efforts and claims he wants to keep families together. The DREAM 9 consisted of 9 immigrants who left on their own accord as a publicity stunt because at least 3 of the 9 did NOT fill out their DACA paperwork. According to FOX NEWS LATINO, Matthew Kolken gave guidance to the DREAM 9 and I am concerned politically undereducated immigrants are getting taken advantage and told things that may affect them in a negative way in the long term. I have asked Mr. Kolken to answer these questions to no avail.
Mohammad’s second effort included approximately 34 immigrants where the majority already deported themselves or left the Nation voluntarily. There are many in Congress who are already having difficulty voting to keep the good immigrants in our Nation via the 11 million as it is – yet, Mohammad’s efforts are efforts to “bring back” folks who left on their own accord or all who were already deported by the government (including those with criminal backgrounds).
Mohammad Abdollolahi and Prerna Lal (the other co-founder of DreamActivist.org and of Fijian descent) have set up LLC’s in the past. Most of Mohammad’s emails constantly ask his readers for donations and I believe it is imperative for your office to conduct an investigation with regard to who his financing DreamActivist.org and NIYA operations.
I want to be clear that Illinois Representative Luis Gutierrez withdrew former support of DreamActivist.org, NIYA, and their cohorts. Texas Representative Henry Cuellar was the first to kick out these pseudo activist(s) who ask for money under the guise of supporting the DREAM Act and or ask for money in the name of “legal coyote” work. I urge you to contact both of their offices to find out more with regard to these extremists. Mohammad is on the record for referring to our Nation as “Amerikkka” despite using our Nation as a safe haven.
We have intel and emails that show Mohammad wants to create more publicity stunts in bringing back more people who have been deported and appears to want more waste of American tax payer dollars in already bloated detention centers. Many of the Dream 9/30 left our nation voluntarily.
I believe Mohammad is spreading false information with his claims of DREAM 9 being “successful” yet these are people who were already here and left on their own accord and are now in asylum limbo. In fact, 3 of the 9 were DACA eligible but did not fill out their paperwork before leaving the country. To me success is guaranteeing citizenship not living in asylum limbo. The 11 million living in hiding and in our society are already in “limbo.”
In Mohammad’s second effort with regard to the DREAM 34, you will see that many were denied entry back into our Nation. According to their lawyer via David Bennion (who made the case for open borders):
“The clear message from DHS is: don’t try this again.”
My concern with their lawyer via David Bennion has to do with INA Sec. 276. [8 U.S.C. 1326] when one obtains a final order of removal (deportation order)? I believe you are barred from that point for 10 years from coming back to the US. So, for the ones who had been in Mexico 7 or 9 years, had it NOT been for this debacle, they would have been able to legally apply to return to the US in one or three years. Now, they must wait at least another 10. Additionally, for the rest of their lives, AFTER the 10 years have passed, they are required to apply for advance permission to apply even before then CAN apply. In other words, having been formally deported renders them subject to a LIFETIME LEGAL DISABILITY. The federal government has filed “1326 CRIMINAL FELONY prosecutions” for such applicants who have, for example, applied for admission at a port of entry.
INA: Sec. 276. [8 U.S.C. 1326]
(a) Subject to subsection (b) any alien who- ,
(1) 1/ 2/ has been denied admission, excluded, deported, or removed, or has departed the United States while an order of exclusion, deportation, or removal is outstanding, and thereafter
(2) enters, attempts to enter, or is at any time found in, the United States, unless (A) prior to his reembarkation at a place outside the United States or his application for admission from foreign contiguous territory, the Attorney General has expressly consented to such alien’s reapplying for admission; or (B) with respect to an alien previously denied admission and removed 3/ , unless such alien shall establish that he was not required to obtain such advance consent under this or any prior Act, shall be fined under title 18, United States Code, or imprisoned not more than 2 years, or both.
We do not appreciate, nor will we ever allow [without blowing the whistle on] those who take advantage of politically under educated Mexican immigrant minors at the expense of a publicity stunt. Essentially you have an Iranian or Fijian immigrant who have no authority to speak on behalf of the Mexican American voter with regard to immigration reform. A wall has been built between the U.S. and Mexico — not Fiji or Iran. Deportations have affected more Mexican American families than all the other minority ethnic groups combined, and we certainly have the ability to lead ourselves.
In fact, it is the Mexican American community that will advocate for reasonable immigration reform efforts and last I checked, the elected officials work for us — American citizens and voters. While we listen to numerous immigrant stories throughout the United States, it is up to us — the American voter, to step in and support an immigration reform plan that will benefit our Nation. We do believe in sovereign borders — not open borders and anarchy-like behavior, and we are disgusted non-Mexican American leaders have used our people to parade a circus act also known as the DREAM 9 / 30 when many of them left our Nation already and on their own accord.
Therefore, we hope you will encourage the Republican-led House of Representatives to put our National Security at the forefront with regard to fixing the broken immigration system this year. The 2013 Legal immigration reform bill is a major step forward in securing our Nation because only after everyone is registered and documented will we know who is in our Nation and where we can find them. We know that once we fix the broken immigration system, and once we document all immigrants — then they can feel safe to help law enforcement agencies to target criminal activity without the fear of deportation when they report suspicious activity to the law enforcement authorities. Therefore, bringing the immigrants out of the shadows will only strengthen our Nation’s security.
DeeDee Garcia Blase and Senator John McCain
DeeDee Garcia Blase