How much do illegal aliens cost state and U.S. federal government ?

 

How much do illegal aliens cost state and U.S. federal government ?

With more than 11million illegals living in U.S. , experts warn that welfare, free education, wic, food stamps, illegal workers, crime and illegal federal prision inmates in the country will further increase costs.

About Nation s security, others say that many radical/extremist migrants will never be integrated into the
American society and are warning of the establishment of parallel closed societies across the country…

 

 

■■■■U.S. Consular Affairs in Puerto La Cruz.#Alamogordo, New Mexico.On February 14, 1952 …rt@ “Ernest B. Gutierrez, Alamogordo Native, has received the honor of being named Officer in Charge of the Consulate in Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela.A commissioned member of the United States Foreign Service:Ernie  B. Guitierrez was studied at Eastern New Mexico State University while training as a Naval Air Cadet as the U.S. prepared for World War II, but he was recruited and brought to Washington in 1941 by the U.S.  Department of State, beginning a diplo career in Puerto La Cruz,Venezuela and in the Middle East- Europe.On Wednesday, August 21, 2013, Ernie B. Gutierrez, age 94 , passed away peacefully after a heart attack earlier in the month.■■■■■April 15, 1962 – U.S. CONSULATE BOMBED Chicago Tribune ArchiveApril 14 -The United States consulate- at Puerto la Cruz was bombed today, killing one Venezuelan employee and injuring others…■■■■■Inspirational thoughts and reminders to U.S. Foreign Service Officers & Specialists in their everyday life abroad.☆ “U.S. International diplomacy inherently involves two things: risk and danger”@Susan R. Johnson former AFSA President 2009/2013RT inspirational thoughts from Ms@ Susan R. Johnson :●”Hardship posts, really, it’s just all the things= you do not get that we would consider normal” ●” 89 percent of the foreign service now say they have served in hardship posts of 15 percent or above. And when it comes to what the foreign service refers to as “danger posts”.●”Thirty-three percent say they’ve served in unaccompanied posts. And ‘unaccompanied posts’ means they’re so dangerous that you can’t take your family”.●”That’s the environment in which diplomacy needs to operate, and we accept that”.●” If you add up all the ‘terrorist attacks,’ we have 16 out of 22″.●” for all the risk and danger that accompany the diplomatic life, there are plenty of rewards, too.”●” It’s not a career where you’re going to get rich,” “But you may have a very rich life experience. And most people retire really proud to have served in the foreign service, and to have represented their country and lived history. Because that’s a lot of times what you’re doing. Other people are reading about it, but you’re part of it, living it”

Visa Process■■■■■■■■■Knowing The Department Of State Customer Service StatementRt from@dos: “The Department of State manages the visa process strictly but fairly in order to best protect the United States.  We are committed to the essential openness for which the United States has always been known.  Travel to the United States is welcomed and encouraged. We promise to you, the visa applicant, that:  We will treat you with dignity and respect, even if we are unable to grant you a visa.We will treat you as an individual and your case as unique.We will remember that, to you, a visa interview may be a new or intimidating experience and that you may be nervous.We will use the limited time available for the interview to get as full a picture as possible of your travel plans and intentions.We will use our available resources to fairly assist all applicants to get appointments to allow travel in time for business, study, and other important obligations.We will post detailed and accurate information on visa requirements and application procedures on every Embassy and Consulate website.We will provide information on nonimmigrant appointment waiting times at every Embassy and Consulate posted on http://travel. state. gov.We will explain the reason for any visa denial to you.Furthermore, if you are a:Student, we will make every effort to ensure that you get an appointment and, if qualified, a visa in time to start classes.Medical and humanitarian emergency traveler, we will expedite processing for those dealing with life threatening emergencies.Business traveler, we will establish appropriate mechanisms to facilitate business travel and expedite cases of particular concern to American business.At the same time, we expect you, the visa applicant, to:Plan your travel and visa application as far in advance as possible.Complete your application fully and accurately.Be forthcoming about your purpose and plans.Prepare for your interview by being able to clearly and concisely describe your intentions.”