Immigration employee union head to oppose Senate bill

These are the people who will be approving the paperwork of illegals seeking amnesty and their union chief is none to thrilled with the idea. Washington Times: The Senate's immigration bill will raise national security risks and the Obama administration will do little more than "rubber-stamp" illegal immigrants into the program, endangering Americans, says the labor union representing the 12,000 employees who will have to approve the applications. Kenneth Palinkas, president of the American Federation of Government Employees Council 119, which represents officers and staff at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, will deliver a damning critique of the Senate bill Monday, according to a copy of his statement obtained by The Washington Times. His statement goes well beyond the current debate, portraying an agency intent on approving as many illegal immigrants as possible. "The culture at USCIS encourages all applications to be approved, discouraging proper investigation into red...(Read Full Post)