Pseudo Immigration Group via DreamActivist.org / NIYA Wasting Tax Payer Dollars and Abusing Asylum SystemThursday, October 10th, 2013
DreamActivist.org / The National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA) are wasting American tax payer dollars and are contributing to prisons that profit by the bed space they fill. These radical groups with lawyer David Bennion’s help support an unreasonable open borders agenda and they are also abusing the asylum hearing process. There are real cases of people who need asylum more than others.
For instance, Lizbeth Mateo is a member of DreamActivist.org and NIYA. She was part of Round No. 1 via Dream 9, who was eligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) — an action by the Obama administration to defer removal action of an individual as an act of prosecutorial discretion. Yet, Mateo claimed she was too busy to fill out her DACA paperwork — and instead she deported herself to take advantage of the asylum hearing process. As a result, she will be in ‘asylum’ limbo until she receives her day in court. This is unacceptable. It is a waste of tax payer dollars and it affects real cases of people who really do need asylum and safe haven.
Carlos Gutierrez is an example who desperately needs asylum granted to him.
According to the Texas Tribune by Julian Aguilar:
Carlos Gutierrez, a native of Chihuahua, Mexico, never envisioned coming to the U.S. to seek a better life, the way millions of his countrymen have done for decades. The successful businessman was doing quite well for himself until just a few years ago.
That was when criminals chopped off his legs for failure to pay their monthly $10,000 extortion demands, forcing the 35-year-old to flee and seek asylum in the United States in 2011. His case was administratively closed — put on hold because immigration officers deemed his removal a low priority — and he was granted a work permit.
But despite having safe harbor in the U.S. for the time being, Gutierrez isn’t keeping a low profile. He’s waging a public battle to fight what he perceives to be an anti-immigrant bias against legitimate asylum claims. He wants to show Americans that Mexicans seeking exile across the border aren’t gaming the system, and he’s raising awareness via a hobby that is far more challenging for him than for others.
Gutierrez leaves El Paso later this month on a bike trek called “Pedaling for Justice.” Gutierrez, who has prosthetic legs, will cover more than 670 miles of Texas roadways by bicycle en route to his final destination, the Texas Capitol.
Mohammad Abdollahi [Iranian immigrant who should be deported to Canada or Cuba] and Prerna Lal [Fijian immigrant who should be deported to Fiji since she is on record for stating Fiji is better than the USA] are founders of the DreamActivist group. They are on the record for not supporting comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) in 2013 and/or because immigration reform is predicated on ‘walls.’ In fact, Mohammad has confessed he wants to “kill CIR” and I believe he is using Mexicans. Both of these founders supported Republican President Mitt Romney in 2012, where we recently discovered one of their lawyers David Bennion has family ties to the Mitt Romney family.
Somos Independents is a national group of registered Independent voters led by Mexican-American women who support bipartisanship in our government that will help solve tough issues. We know the immigration issue is a federal matter and we rely on our Congress to fix the broken immigration system soon with legal immigration reform. We are the counter movement to unreasonable and fringe groups like the Tea Party and DreamActivist / NIYA. Unfortunately, we have to reject DreamActivist.org, NIYA, and Mohammad Abdollahi (Iranian radical immigrant) for vowing to bring back all 1.7 million deported immigrants.
It is unreasonable to bring back all 1.7 million deported immigrants since approximately half of those deported have a “real criminal” element in their background. We do not support bringing back dangerous criminals with a dangerous criminal background and we will not allow an Iranian immigrant radical to appear he has agency to speak on behalf of the Mexican American community. Mohammad has been soliciting thousands of dollars in the name of “legal coyote” work and when we reported their group to the FBI, they told us there was no such thing as “legal coyote” work and suspected a financial scam and spreading misinformation. By one indicating he/she is in the business of “legal coyote” work can take advantage of the desperate, undereducated immigrant Mexican minors and we reject this type of exploitation.