We already knew that Obama was more concerned with protecting Syrian “refugees” than protecting the lives of actual Americans, but this is just ridiculous…
This week, the Refugee Council USA released a list of all the free stuff that Muslim refugees receive from the U.S. government, and it’s even more ridiculous than we ever could have imagined. When the refugees arrive in the U.S., they are placed in a resettlement agency that meets all of their basic needs for 30-90 days.
Here’s all the benefits these refugees receive, as reported by Chicks on the Right:
The affiliates are responsible for assuring that a core group of services are provided during the first 30-90 days after a refugee’s arrival, including food, housing, clothing, employment services, follow-up medical care, and other necessary services. There are approximately 350 affiliates throughout the United States.
Refugees are also entitled to public assistance.
The Cash and Medical Assistance (CMA) Program is part of the Division of Refugee Assistance at the Office of Refugee Resettlement. CMA reimburses states for 100 percent of services provided to refugees and other eligible persons, as well as associated administrative costs. Programs eligible for reimbursement include:
•Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA)
•Refugee Medical Assistance (RMA)
•Unaccompanied Refugee Minors
ORR clients determined ineligible for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Medicaid may be eligible for RCA and RMA for up to eight monthsfrom the date of arrival in the U.S., date of final grant of asylum for asylees and date of certification for trafficking victims
And free education. Just like American citizens.
All refugees under the age of 18 years old may attend public primary or secondary schools free of charge. Refugees have the same access to university education as US citizens and permanent residents.
And employment benefits.
All refugees are entitled to receive authorization for employment. They are protected by civil rights legislation and cannot be discriminated in the workplace. They are not eligible, however, to work for the federal government (except in US armed forces) until they become US citizens.
And immigration benefits.
One year after arrival refugees are eligible to adjust their status to permanent resident.
Five years after arrival they can petition for naturalization, provided they have adjusted status to permanent resident during this time and have continuously resided in the US for five years prior to petitioning for naturalization. Adjustment of status and naturalization takes place at the DHS/USCIS District Office covering the refugee’s residence.
Frankly, this makes my blood boil…What do you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.