Foster Parents; Children left behind?
Part 3 of 4.
We just made a suggestion on how foster parents could assist in this scenario. Ask yourself this question; would you rather work with a government agency who has t ripped your children from your arms, or a foster parent who became a foster parent to assist parents and children with an end goal of reunification?
- Suggestion; Set up a foster care board made up of long standing successful foster parents, retired social workers, police personnel, teachers, use this board as the required liaisons between the parents, children, and the system, possibly with the assistance of one liaison CPS worker in each region as suggested in the “disappearing parents” publication.
Side note; One state has already demanded a similar approach, maybe not specific to illegal aliens, but on keeping an eye on CPS, check it out. Link. Watch for our article on this subject, PA citizens to watch CPS.
Five years after Gov. Ed Rendell signed Pennsylvania’s response to the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act — legislation that called for the creation of citizen review panels to provide oversight of child protective services.
- A citizenship problem should be handled by credible citizens who recognize how great their country is, and how great the needs of chidlren. Foster parents, those who care for children, should encourage these illegal immigrants to pursue the proper channels to become naturalized citizens.
- Who do you think more proficient in accomplishing this task, CPS social workers or foster parents who would willingly work closely with both parents and their children?
This doubles in necessity if their children were born in the United States. Would you expect any less of the greatest country in the world? We welcome these new citizens with CPS at the head of the parade.
What an foundation that is.
If you remember, this is how fostering used to work foster parents were encouraged to assist parents ,as well as the children in our homes. Supervising visits with parents, coordinating services with court appointed attorneys, etc. bypassing the intense services of CPS workers all together by reporting back once a month to their board liaison.
- Contact with CPS will discourage application for citizenship due to this heavy handed government involvement. Our goal should remain to reunite these parents with their children, doing otherwise will enocurage them to again cross the border to access their children being held captive by CPS. Who would permanantly walk away from children left behind in a strange country?
Question; is it possible that deporting the visitors, keeping their children is the point? This is not a way to encourage application for citizenship, discouragement is the truest form of reality. An introduction to more government involvement in thier lives. Send them home and keep their children?
Note; every video we found in our research had been censored, out of 14 none were available to embed into our article? Someone must think this is a hot topic?
Monday our conclusions. This is an important issue now. Arizona is one of the heaviest involved in this issue.