The Department of Homeland Security is granting some 8,000 Syrian refugees temporary amnesty, according to The Washington Times. DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson said that if these refugees are in the country as of Monday—they’re eligible to permanent resident status, work permits, and other documents that would allow these migrants to remain without fear of deportation This amnesty also applies to Syrian refugees that may have entered the country illegally. President Obama promised to resettle 10,000 such refugees last year. The Washington Times added that TPS order run for 18 months.
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Things the mainstream media doesn't want you to know about.
From Navy Times China holds live-fire navy drills in East China Sea http://militari.ly/2aKnwPy