If you want to save America from an alien invasion, you’ll need to find a way to send the people of the United States back home to their country of birth.
The Obama administration is pushing a plan that would allow the Federal Government to relocate American citizens and residents to other parts of the world, including Australia.
The plan, proposed by President Barack Obama in December, is being opposed by many in the media and Republican lawmakers.
Here’s what you need to know about this plan.
What is the Federal Resettlement Program?
Federal Residence, Migration and Immigration Act (FRAMP) The Federal Reservation Program, also known as FRAMP, was enacted in 1965 and requires that federal, state and local governments “accept and retain the citizens of the States in which they reside.”
The Federal government currently accepts over 3 million people from around the world.
In addition, some states have adopted similar programs.
The program was originally enacted to protect American workers from the effects of World War II and the Great Depression.
FRAMP is still active, however, and is responsible for taking in roughly 300,000 people per year.
Currently, the federal government accepts about 4.8 million people annually from countries that do not qualify under FRAMP.
The U.S. has over 7 million people who qualify.
However, FRAMP does not apply to the U.N. Refugee Admissions Program, which is responsible, among other things, for accepting refugees from countries where refugees are subject to persecution or war.
What are the rules for returning to the United State?
If you’re an American citizen who was born abroad and you’re already living in the United, you can return to the country that issued you a visa, called a Green Card.
You must apply for a new visa, which takes about three years.
Once you apply, the U