US offers Iraqi and Afghan translators life on welfare
While you were asleep, our government destroyed nations, murdered hundreds of thousands, and continues to pillage and plunder the Middle East - turning it into a living hell. That which it dares not attack itself, Israel is allowed to destroy - with our bombs - of course.
Then, when all is said and done and the birthplace of God's prophets is contaminated for billions of years with DU, our government opens our one-eyed gates to those who did their part, however small, to help dismantle their respective countries before the almighty power GREED.
So it goes. Our rabid, Zionist-controlled government lays waste to their lands in the name of Israel and in return offers them a life of food stamps and welfare in the land of the quasi-free. The circle of Hell is complete.
Special immigrant status is now available to Afghan and Iraqi nationals who have worked directly for the United States Military as translators. Created by the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006 (Public Law 109-163), this new immigration category allows translators and their families to gain admission to the United States, apply for permanent residency and eventually acquire U.S. Citizenship.
To request special immigrant status, translators must file a "Petition for Amerasian, Widow (er), or Special Immigrant" (Form I-360) with the required evidence listed below.
Eligibility for Special Immigrant Translator Status:
Applicants filing for special immigrant translator status must meet the following criteria:
- Be a national of Iraq or Afghanistan,
- Have worked directly with the U.S. Armed Forces as a translator for a period of at least 12 months,
- Have obtained a favorable written recommendation from a General or Flag Officer in the chain of command of the unit supported by the translator,
- Have cleared a background check and screening as determined by a General or Flag Officer in the chain of command of unit supported by the translator. The Department of Defense will determine the type of background check and screening required on a case-by-case basis, and
- Be otherwise eligible to receive an immigrant visa and otherwise admissible to the United States for permanent residence. In determining such admissibility, the grounds for inadmissibility relating to "public charge" SHALL NOT APPLY.