Wednesday, February 14, 2018
TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! KANSAS CITY WESTSIDE TOP ECHELON IMMIGRATION EXPERT: GET READY FOR HEARTBREAK BECAUSE SYED JAMAL WILL LIKELY BE DEPORTED!!!
With the very best of intentions, a gaggle of middle-class white ladies started a crusade to save Kansas chemist Syed Jamal from deportation and their voices have resonated all the way to the nation's capital.
The only problem is that Mr. Jamal did, in fact, violate U.S. Immigration policy and only changing those rules specifically for him will keep his family together.
On the opposite side of the spectrum, our pal Tracy offers some EXCELLENT comments and insight on this case and questions the school board appointment effort of Mr. Jamal's story and how he came very close to election fraud - This involvement fact noted first by media power play Tracy Thomas would tarnish this otherwise wholesome story.
Additionally, it deserves mention that La Migra gives tens of thousands of broke-ass Mexicans, Africans and Southeast Asians the boot every year and those people also have kids . . . The only difference here is their interaction with middle-class white ladies is minimal because people don't usually carry on conversations with the help.
Immigration lesson . . . Make friends with middle-class white ladies, they're fun to talk to AND their advocacy might be able to turn a plane around halfway to Bangladesh . . . Sorry but most middle-class white dudes can't do that same kinda trick.
But here's the rub . . .
TOP ECHELON WESTSIDE IMMIGRATION EXPERT: SYED WILL MOST LIKELY BE DEPORTED GIVEN THE TYPICAL CIRCUMSTANCES OF HIS CASE!!!
Here's the word . . .
"This isn't something the courts haven't seen before . . . The story is the same for thousands of people who just couldn't get their papers together in time and eventually were captured by immigration authorities. It can be cruel and seems unfair but this is literally an identical kind of case that immigration attorneys argue unsuccessfully every day. The only hope is Congressman Cleaver and special legislation or a pardon from the President. Barring that, a typical ruling from a judge in this exact same circumstance almost always (9/10) recommends deportation. Even in similar cases where there is grassroots support, the outcome is almost always the same."
Nevertheless, supporters continue their advocacy and work to keep the family of Syed Jamal intact like so many other illegal immigrants further down the food chain but still confronting the same fate.
Developing . . .