The Obama Administration Is Planning To Re-Open “Family Reunification” For Refugees.

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The U.S. is planning to re-open the
"following-to-join" program known as
"family reunification" for refugees.

Most of the
provisions in the U.S. refugee
program were

suspended two years ago
after the rate of fraudulent
family claims was found to be as high as 90 percent
among Somali refugees.

With the new regulations, a refugee
or asylee in the U.S. can petition for refugee admission
for a parent and or an unmarried child under 21, but

DNA evidence
of the claimed parent-child
relationships must be established.

Here is what is worth commenting

There is no proof, via DNA
verification, that the initial family unit is really a
family unit. 
So a family can come over with children who are not
related to each other and each of these children can
serve as an anchor for a parent who then brings in other
children and so on. 
Most of our

current refugee influx
is from

polygamous societies
which complicates the process

There is no DNA verification
whatsoever for those who petition for relatives as
non-refugee immigrant admissions. 
And no DNA verification at all for refugees and
asylees who petition for relatives to come over under
the I-730 program, another refugee-like program with
instant welfare benefits and other privileges.

Also, it is a pretty sure thing
that the U.S. taxpayer will pick up the entire tab for
the DNA testing program, which will be run to a large
degree by the same fraudsters who caused the U.S. to
close the program to begin with.

Thomas Allen has written
about refugee issues for before.