Note the change in terminology, the law refers to “unaccompanied alien children” or UAC. But the ad says “Unaccompanied Refugee Minors”. Refugee is a legal status which grants ability to stay. Previously one had to apply and be evaluated to determine if one fit that status. Now it is simply assumed in the very name, without any individual evaluation.
None of the “children” concerned in the ad are under 12. Gee I wonder who is paying this vast sum? Guess what? The taxpayer, since the government is the one cutting the check for all of this.
HOUSTON, Texas–An ad placed in the Penny Saver Newspaper in Murrieta, California is seeking “loving, compassionate parents to provide a loving home” for illegal immigrant minors, according to a local reader of the publication.
Lisa Maloney Vinton, a Murrieta resident, provided Breitbart Texas with a purported copy of the advertisement, which was put up by the Crittenton Services and Foster Family Agency. It says, “Help heal the wounds … for children in foster care programs including survivors of human trafficking and unaccompanied refugee minors.”
Parents who offer up their homes could have a child placed in their home in “as short as 45 days” and be paid up to $6,054 per month, according to the advertisement.
Cindy Lemos, another Murrieta resident, told Breitbart Texas that she called the number on the advertisement. She said, “I called this afternoon and the gentlemen I spoke to told me that they are receiving the illegal immigrants but that none of them are under the age of 12. I asked him where all the younger children were… he told me that he was wondering the exact same thing.”