H/T Joe LaVeque
The administration of Barack Hussein has written a nifty online guide for illegal aliens, detailing the best places to escape arrest and deportation if said illegal aliens feels that their arrest and deportation are imminent. The following is a reformatted guide from our Department of Homeland Security to illegal aliens, explaining the best places to go to avoid deportation.
DHS explains how these “sensitive locations” enjoy enhanced protection from law enforcement…. “Enforcement actions may occur at sensitive locations in limited circumstances, but will generally be avoided. ICE or CBP officers and agents may conduct an enforcement action at a sensitive location with prior approval from an appropriate supervisory official, or if the enforcement action involves exigent circumstances.”
In other words, if you believe your arrest and deportation is imminent, get to a “sensitive location” as quickly as possible, and it is unlikely that we will pursue you.
Of course, there are handy Spanish translation buttons throughout the guide. How thoughtful. And you thought Barack Hussein was just meanie!
Do the Department of Homeland Security’s policies concerning enforcement actions at or focused on sensitive locations remain in effect?
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have each issued and implemented policies concerning enforcement actions at or focused on sensitive locations. TheICE Sensitive Locations Policy and the CBP Sensitive Locations Policy (http://foiarr.cbp.gov/streamingWord.asp?i=1251) remain in effect, and these FAQs are intended to clarify what types of locations are covered by those policies. ICE and CBP conduct their enforcement actions consistent with the Department of Homeland Security’s November 2014 memorandum, which prioritizes the removal of national security, border security, and public safety threats.