American Citizens Asked To House Illegal Aliens

The Office of Global Michigan is looking for resident volunteers to house migrants in their homes and help integrate them into US society.

America Needs Places For Illegal Aliens To Be Kept

The Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Development says residents who participate must make a 90-day commitment. As part of the refugee support program, residents are asked to help with relocation needs due to the border crisis, and make a home in the state.

Residents are asked to meet the person or family at the airport, helping find housing, enroll children in school, and help with finding employment for adults as part of the Welcome Corps.

Here is the announcement from the Labor and Economic Opportunity office:

Global Michigan encourages Michiganders to sponsor refugees resettled through the expanded Welcome Corps

LANSING, Mich. – As Welcome Corps celebrates a successful first year, the Office of Global Michigan encourages everyday Michiganders to take advantage of the new option to support a refugee family of their choosing. Global Michigan continues to call for volunteers to welcome and support refugees from around the world seeking freedom and safety through the CHNV program, Uniting for Ukraine and the Welcome Corps.  

“Programs like the Welcome Corps advance the Office of Global Michigan’s mission to make Michigan the home for opportunity for our immigrant, refugee and ethnic communities,” said Poppy Hernandez, Global Michigan Director and Michigan’s Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer. “Expanded refugee resettlement pathways empower more Michiganders to support our state’s growing refugee population and build a more welcoming and inclusive Michigan for all.” 

To better connect refugees with support, the Welcome Corps recently launched an option for Private Sponsor Groups to identify a specific refugee or refugee family overseas and apply to sponsor their resettlement. 

Under this expanded resettlement pathway, Private Sponsor Groups can:  

  • Apply to be matched with a refugee to sponsor;  
  • Sponsor a refugee who already has a case number for the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program or the Afghan Special Immigrant Visa program;  
  • Refer and sponsor someone who has been registered as a refugee on or before September 30th, 2023, by the UN Refugee Agency or by the government of the country in which they currently live; or
  • Sponsor refugees of Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan or Venezuelan nationality that had a Form I-134 or I-134A already filed on their behalf, prior to September 30th, 2023.  

Sponsors are expected to provide support to newly arrived refugees for 90 days through acts such as greeting refugee newcomers at the airport, securing and preparing initial housing, enrolling children in school and helping adults find employment. Sponsors receive technical support from Private Sponsor Organizations (PSO), which offer hands-on guidance to sponsors and refugees throughout their sponsorship journeys. PSOs represent a diverse range of local, state and national organizations with expertise in refugee resettlement, ranging from traditional non-profit resettlement agencies as well as grassroots community organizations. 

Individuals named on a sponsorship application may be of any nationality and must meet the definition of a refugee under U.S. law, in addition to other criteria. The Refugee Eligibility Tool and program eligibility guidelines are available to help you understand whether the refugees you would like to sponsor through Welcome Corps are likely to be eligible for a referral to the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program. 

There is substantial evidence indicating that the foreign-born population significantly contributes to the Michigan economy, introducing valuable diversity to the political landscape and enriching our social fabric. Immigrant households in Michigan wield an impressive $18 billion in annual spending power, with approximately 15% of business owners in Southeast Michigan being immigrants.  

It’s being reported that not only is the state of Michigan asking its residents to house migrants in their homes for 90 days, but they’re also asking them to pick up migrants at the airport, enroll them in schools, and help them find employment.

Meanwhile, in New York, police officers were assaulted while arresting an immigrant in a housing facility.

Not long ago, a pack of illegal aliens attacked NYPD police officers at Times Square.

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2 thoughts on “American Citizens Asked To House Illegal Aliens”
  1. Sure – we’ll be happy to host an ILLEGAL family.
    We live at the corners of Kiss My A$$ Avenue and No F’ing Way

    You idiots invited people FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD to come and suck this country dry.
    Put them up in the White House, and other government officials’ places.

    Better yet, send them back where they came from, like China, Russia, Africa …

  2. Biden should be charged for allowing all these people in here, most criminals as we can see. We have laws for immigration, laws Biden is choosing not to enforce. Ship them out of here they aren’t our responsibility, it isn’t our job to take care of the world. I guess democrats just want to turn America into a 3rd world country. Vote them all out!!!

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