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Old 02-01-2018, 10:50 AM
 
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I used to teach many Koreans when I lived in LA, but as far as I know most of them were here legally in one form or another, yet they all abused the system. Most of the students I taught were on student visas, but all of them worked full time for cash, employed by other Koreans, mostly in the fashion/garment industry. Most attended classes in some diploma mill English school, once a month or so, to keep their visa.

Several of them had graduated on to having a child, giving them a way in eventually, as their child was a US citizen. They were able to collect WIC, housing vouchers, Medicaid for the child and most of them welfare payments for that child as well.

None of them realized there was anything wrong with what they were doing, because it is in fact, encouraged by the state and by social workers, as well as the Democrats, of course.
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