Mayorkas Awards U.S. Work Permits to 70K Ukraine Migrants

Mayorkas Awards U.S. Work Permits to 70K Ukraine Migrants

March 7, 2022

Robert Law, chief of regulatory affairs at the Center for Immigration Studies, said Homeland Security chief and open-borders maniac Alejandro Mayorkas will be awarding Temporary Protected Status (TPS) work permits to as many as 70,000 Ukrainians who were in the United States on March 1.

The offer includes easy flights to the United States, and the likely award of jobs and housing to migrants who make the journey. This includes many recent illegals and many fighting-age young men who might help their nation survive the invasion — apparently a top priority for the U.S. government.

Mayorkas has already helped import more than 70,000 people from Afghanistan and more than 1 million migrants over our southern border in 2021. He has expanded the flow of foreign contract-workers into Americans’ white-collar jobs and is trying to expand the number of blue-collar asylum-seekers who get citizenship.

“They have constantly violated the law with this bogus re-designation behavior — they just did that earlier this week [for Sudan’s migrants], although on a smaller scale. … They did this with Haiti, they’ve done it with pretty much every single country,” Law, who served as a senior adviser in Mayorkas’ agency for President Donald Trump, said.

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