US to Drop Many Deportation Proceedings
US News and World Report
Published: Aug. 27, 2010 at 1:29 PM

Read this as the Obama Administration has now found a way to keep virtually all illegal aliens in the US without deportation. Locking all of them in for full US citizenship.

So that all reports of raids being conducted to catch and deport illegals at all Federal and State law enforcement – is just playacting so that the President can pretend to get tough on illegals while he has just created a revolving door that catches and releases illegal immigrants in between 24 and 72 hours.

We see now the real purpose behind the issue of Arizona and the Sheriff that searches for and jails illegals in tents out in Arizona desert. Stopping this has got to be a demand by illegal immigrant organizers for their “Electoral Support” for Obama and Democrats in 2012. (This would make this a criminal act by the PRESIDENT and the ATTORNEY GENERAL)

MIAMI, Aug. 27 (UPI) -- U.S. immigration officials say they've dropped deportation efforts against foreign nationals who may be eligible for green cards under new guidelines.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has instructed its agency's legal office to stop deportation proceedings against tens of thousands of foreign nationals who are married or related to a U.S. citizen or a legal resident who has filed a petition for them, The Miami Herald reported Friday.
"Where there is an underlying application or petition and ICE determines ... that a non-detained individual appears eligible for relief from removal, [its attorneys] should promptly move to dismiss proceedings,'' ICE Assistant Secretary John Morton wrote in a memo to the agency's principal legal adviser and the head of enforcement and removal operations.
Prior to the memo, foreign nationals in deportation proceedings faced likely deportation even if they had pending relative petitions.
Immigration attorneys and activists in South Florida called the move solid evidence of more tolerance by ICE toward some foreign nationals facing removal to their homelands.
"Good for John Morton and ICE,'' said Cheryl Little, executive director of Miami-based Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center. "This is the kind of reform we need. Targeting those who intend to do harm while expediting the cases of law-abiding immigrants is the best use of ICE's precious resources and will save taxpayers money.''