‘Never Say Never’, Says White House Petition By Refusing To Deport Justin Bieber

Refusing To Deport

After months of speculation in generating many headlines and even some fans fear that the request would be attended by the White House , the petition received more than 200,000 signatures and demanded the deportation of Justin Bieber in the United States, because of their behavior touted as “harmful to the nation” by some supporters of the cause, finely was answered in an official statement from the White House on behalf of the U.S. government.

In addition to denying the request for deportation Bieber U.S., the White House made ​​room to discuss the real needs of Americans in terms of further development of the country, the dignity of their immigrant petition Bieber economy and paved the way for discussion of reforming the immigration laws of the first world power. Check out the statement from the White House , which also cited the two terms often used by Justin, “Never Say Never” (never say never) and ” believe “(believe) to drive the need for improvements in these laws:

Believe in the Immigration Reform:

Thank you for your application and your participation in the We the People .

Sorry to disappoint you, but this will not be discussed.

The terms of We the People to participate in the state says, “to avoid the possibility of undue influence, the White House may decline to address certain procurement, law applications, extrajudicial, or similar matters properly within the jurisdiction of departments or federal agencies, federal courts, or state and local government in its response to a petition ” .

So let’s let others comment on the case of Mr. Bieber , but we’re glad you worry about immigration issues. Because our current system is broken. Many employers circumvent the system by hiring undocumented workers, and 11 million people live in the shadows.

This status is not good for our economy or our country. We need immigration reform and common sense to ensure that everyone follows the same set of laws.

This is not only the right thing to do morally, the right thing for our country: Independent economists say that immigration reform will boost our economy and reduce our deficits by almost 1 trillion dollars over the next 20 years. For those doing the math at home, that is 12.5 billion of tickets for concerts and 100 billion copies of their debut album Mr. Bieber.

You better believe it.


Now, the only complete and long-lasting solution is for Congress to make a reform in our broken immigration system, with this type of reform to common sense. Last year, the Senate has taken an important first step, launching a project to reform immigration with strong support from parties. Now is the time of the House of Representatives to act. House Republicans recently launched their standards for immigration reform, and the next step is simple: They just need to schedule a vote for reform. Never Say Never (Never say never) – House Republicans could do it tomorrow.

Around the world, people look to America as a place of opportunity. And with a major overhaul of immigration to common sense, we can be sure that it will continue so.

Thanks for your request. Although you can not meet your direct concerns with Mr. Bieber, we expect you to believe that his experience in We the People was positive.

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