Army National Guard Flyer – Guaranteed Citizens5hip – filling the US Military ranks with illegals is happening

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Picture this – you walk into your local Sheetz to grab a quick lunch, and what catches your eye? A flyer plastered at the top, screaming “Guaranteed Citizen5ship.”

Wait a minute, did they misspell citizenship on purpose? Indeed, they did. By swapping out the “z” for a “5,” they’ve effectively made it unsearchable, raising eyebrows and sparking speculation.

But here’s the kicker – the flyer isn’t just a quirky typo. It’s offering a pathway to citizenship, albeit through questionable means. Interested parties are urged to call Specialist Valdez, whose contact details are conveniently provided on a business card stack.

So, what’s the deal here? Some are crying foul, claiming that this is evidence of filling citizenship ranks with undocumented individuals. The implications are significant, especially in today’s charged political climate surrounding immigration.

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And let’s not forget the human side of the story. Take Jeanpierre, for example, a Haitian immigrant who fled his country’s turmoil for a shot at a better life in the United States. He vividly recalls the journey – leaving Haiti under dire circumstances, boarding a plane bound for New York City in the dead of night.

But here’s the question on everyone’s minds: What’s happening now, especially with Haiti descending into further chaos? The situation begs scrutiny, especially when citizenship seems to be up for grabs, albeit in questionable ways.

In the midst of these debates, let’s delve into the legal framework surrounding citizenship. Did you know that citizenship can be granted through military service during hostilities? It’s codified under INA 329, with provisions for six periods of hostilities: WW1, WW2, Korea, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, and the ongoing Global War on Terror, which began on September 11, 2001.

Under INS 329, any illegal immigrant signing up for military service will be eligible for citizenship after serving for one year. This raises further questions about the integrity of the citizenship process and the implications of such policies.

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As debates rage on and controversies swirl, one thing’s for sure – the issue of citizenship is far from black and white. It’s a complex, nuanced issue that touches on legality, morality, and human dignity.

Sources:

www.uscis.gov/military/naturalization-through-military-service

www.nationalguard.mil/News/News-Features/Article/3329668/army-national-guardsman-shares-journey-to-citizenship/

www.uscis.gov/policy-manual/volume-12-part-i-chapter-3

h/t Rufus Juice

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