Speaking at a forum at Rancho High School in Las Vegas, Nev., on Tuesday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton answered questions about how she thinks the government should deal with the LGBT illegal aliens in the United States.
Here is an excerpt from her presentation:
Question: I’m 26 years. And I have been here since I was one year old. I graduated this summer with a degree in psychology and criminal justice. And, unfortunately, when I was 15 years old, both my parents and I we received orders for deportation. And since that day we have lived in fear.
Thankfully, because of deferred action I have some relief, but unfortunately, I can’t do the same thing from my parents. Unless the lawsuit again, stop or is dropped, my parents’ future isn’t secure here in United States. And as a current documented immigrant here in the United States, I stand firmly with the 50,000 undocumented transgender immigrants in this country who lack resources to get any legal representation to file within the one-year Deadline for asylum.
So my question, Secretary Clinton, is would you lift the one-year deadline for asylum-seekers?