Skip to comments.Years of video game playing earns unemployed illegal immigrant Obama’s ‘deferred action’
Posted on 03/25/2013 4:02:32 PM PDT by lowbridge
An unemployed illegal immigrant who has spent the last few years playing video games reportedly used records of his playing time to apply for and receive President Obamas deferred action status.
According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Jose Muñoz was an out-of-work 25-year-old Mexican immigrant who graduated with honors from his Sheboygan, Wisconsin high school in 2005.
Since that time, Muñoz who was brought to the United States at the age of one has been out of school and out of work, instead spending time helping his family with household chores and countless hours playing sports video games on his Xbox.
But when President Obama announced last year that his administration would look the other way on prosecuting young illegal immigrants like him, Muñoz jumped at the chance, contacting a local lawyer to help him through the process of applying for deferred action.
Acceptance in the deferred action program allows qualifying illegals immigrants to stay and work in the United States without fear of deportation.
Muñoz met all of the requirements: He entered America before he was 16. He graduated from high school. He had a clean criminal record. He was under thirty years old.
But to prove the last requirement five years of continuous residency in the United States Muñoz turned to his time playing sports video games.
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A very typical Obama supporter. Low or no information, on the dole, free phone, free food, free everything except FREEdom!
With all the video game playing, he prob shows great promise as a drone “pilot” .
“Hey son, you like video games about planes and shooting people? Just sit right here behind these controls and play all day of youd like.”
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