Organizations Mohammad Abdollahi and/or Prerna Lal are involved with are failing miserably. I believe they are giving false hopes and misleading immigrants. We cannot wait for the arc of justice to put these two away for their involvement in “legal coyote” work and/or giving unlawful legal advice. We have reported both individuals who have had a part with DreamActivist.org and The National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA).
Below, you will see DreamActivist.org communicate (with reply to email@example.com) showing how a total of 9 of Dream 30 were already denied despite their unreasonable ideas to President Obama.
Did they really believe they could manipulate the President of the United States?
Perhaps the below conversations between the co-founders of DreamActivist.org will shed a little bit more light with regard to Mohammad’s motives. The conversation is between Prerna Lal and Mohammad Abdollahi.
Mohammad = “him” and Prerna = “me” in the conversation below.
If you ware wondering why the continued failures of DreamActivist and NIYA are increasing, it is because Mohammad Abdollahi and his cohorts are on the record for wanting to stop deportations of people with “criminal records.” SEE BELOW PRINT SCREEN. We have also reported them to government agencies with regard to “legal coyote” work where the FBI says there is no such thing and it emulated financial fraud/scams.
Mohammad and his cohorts can no longer mock our system because they were unable to achieve what they believed they could achieve.
Mohammad and his cohorts can no longer mock the President of the United States.
They will be known for selling a bag of bad goods here in our border state of Arizona.
The President of the United States IS on the right track in giving Congress a chance to hammer this very difficult issue — to fix the broken immigration system. God forbid we allow those Tea Party Republicans to believe legal immigration reform was shoved down their throats, and history will record the bipartisan Gang of Eight Immigration Bill that passed the Senate. Now we await the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. Nobody can escape the votes they cast in Congress. A scoreboard will be held up high for all to see in much the same way it was held after the Dream Act 2010 vote.