Joe Biden Forces Us Citizens To Sign Agreement To Refund All Costs For Rescue Flights 14, 2023

Nguyen Nguyen Hoang

A wise President is a President who loves the people, cares for the people and cares for the country. What about President Joe Biden? Is he really the wise leader that people expect?

According to a news report from Just The News published yesterday, Wednesday, October 12, 2023 with the headline: ” Federal law charges Americans for rescue flights from Israel while illegals get free travel, hotels – Federal law charges citizens The US must reimburse all costs for rescue flights from Israel, while illegal immigrants receive free transportation and hotels.

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Under federal law enacted in 1986, the Department of State has the exclusive right to regulate the cost of rescue flights and U.S. citizens must enter into any repayment agreement under the Repatriation Loan Program before being allowed get on the plane.

The State Department has sent multiple emails to American citizens seeking to leave Israel with reminders to sign an agreement to reimburse all expenses. And they cannot choose for themselves whether their flights will stop in Greece or Germany or somewhere else before connecting to the US.

Once it is a law, it must apply to everyone of all genders! While requiring American citizens to pay for emergency evacuation flights from war zones, the Joe Biden administration contrasts with its generous financial support for housing and resettlement of refugees. Illegal immigration to the United States.

US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said more than 6 million illegal immigrants have flooded in from the West and South since October 202o. Unlike American citizens who have to pay all costs for their evacuation flights, these illegal immigrants, on the other hand, receive significant financial support from taxpayers.

According to the United Nations Office for Coordination, New York City spent an estimated $1.7 billion on shelter, food and other services for immigrants. The City of Chicago is expected to spend $255.7 million from August 2022 to the end of 2023 .



United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

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