Awaiting Auntie Zeituni Onyango’s fate; Update: America’s most famous deportation fugitive wins legal status

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Last week, in my column on our busted deportation system, I mentioned that President Obama’s deportation fugitive aunt was still awaiting the results of her second asylum appeal after nearly a year.

The AP reports that her lawyers are set to announce the decision this afternoon in Cleveland.

Will she finally be kicked out or will this unemployed Obama family member remain here in taxpayer-subsidized housing and other mysteriously-funded means?

I know where I’d place my bets, given that she has benefited from bipartisan open-borders largesse for the past 10 years.

Refresher course: The Deportation Abyss: “It Ain’t Over ‘Til the Alien Wins.”

Stay tuned…

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CNN reporting that two sources say Onyango has won legal status. Just a formality — given that she has been allowed to stay here for so long in defiance of a federal immigration judge’s deportation order for six years and after overstaying her temporary visa issued in 2000.

Confirmed by AP here.

Immigration enforcement is a joke, Part 999,999,101.

I repeat:“It Ain’t Over ‘Til the Alien Wins.”

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All previous Zeituni Onyango blog posts here.

Flashback: October 2008, Times of London: Found in a rundown Boston estate: Barack Obama’s aunt Zeituni Onyango.

Posted in: Zeituni Onyango

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