Illegals Given Pathway to Citizenship
The 50 migrants who were transported by plane to Martha’s Vineyard could possibly be on the roadway to citizenship.
The Bexar County (Texas) Sheriff’s Office has reportedly agreed to testify that the 50 migrants, mostly Venezuelans, transported had provided sufficient cooperation and as such, might be eligible for U visas. These US non-immigrant visas are available to victims of criminal activity.
The U visas need a law enforcement officer to sign ahead of the application being given to the US Citizenship and Immigration Services.
These types of visas are there to help keep victims safe even if they are not US citizens, as well as to help them get more information about their crimes.
Politico reported that Rachel Self, Martha’s Vineyard-based attorney, has flown to San Antonio to procure the required signatures.
On September 20, Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar, a Democrat, said that a criminal investigation into the flights which were organized by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis had been launched. Salazar also argued that the flights were arranged under “false pretenses.”
Under the U Visa, the criminal acts include kidnapping, false imprisonment, and fraud in foreign-labor contracting. It is unclear which of these three crimes the flights will be associated with.
DeSantis and his team have said that there were no wrongdoings in the transportation of the migrants from Florida to Martha’s Vineyard, which has “sanctuary” city status.
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