Senate group considers change in family visas as part of immigration deal

Mar 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: orovillemr.com

Rogelio Hidalgo, 48, a native of Mexico _ with daughter Lupita, 18 months _ lives in Redmond, Ore.

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(CBS) It was 5 a.m. and CBS News national correspondent Byron Pitts is with
a woman who is nine months pregnant. She's rushed to a south Texas hospital
to undergo a C-section - a $4,700 medical procedure that won't cost her a
dime. She qualifies for emergency Medicaid.

She gave birth to a healthy, 8 1/2 pound baby boy - born in America. His
Mexican mother gave him an American name: Eliot.

Eliot is one of an estimated 300,000 children of illegal immigrants born in
the United States every year, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. They're
given instant citizenship because they are born on U.S. soil, which makes it
easier for their parents to become U.S. citizens.

That's because those babies can eventually sponsor their parents - when they
turn 21 years old.

As for Eliot's mother, no longer as fearful of deportation, she told CBS
News her name, Fabiola, and her story.

"So your son is an American citizen. What does that mean to you?" Pitts
asked.

"I am very glad that he was born. That's why I came here - so my children,
my husband and I could have a better life," she said through a translator.

Back in December, when she was six months pregnant, Fabiola, her husband and
their two daughters - ages 4 and 11 - crossed the Rio Grande from Mexico
into the U.S.
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Cricket 23 wrote:
(CBS) It was 5 a.m. and CBS News national correspondent Byron Pitts is with
a woman who is nine months pregnant. She's rushed to a south Texas hospital
to undergo a C-section - a $4,700 medical procedure that won't cost her a
dime. She qualifies for emergency Medicaid.
She gave birth to a healthy, 8 1/2 pound baby boy - born in America. His
Mexican mother gave him an American name: Eliot.
Eliot is one of an estimated 300,000 children of illegal immigrants born in
the United States every year, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. They're
given instant citizenship because they are born on U.S. soil, which makes it
easier for their parents to become U.S. citizens.
That's because those babies can eventually sponsor their parents - when they
turn 21 years old.
As for Eliot's mother, no longer as fearful of deportation, she told CBS
News her name, Fabiola, and her story.
"So your son is an American citizen. What does that mean to you?" Pitts
asked.
"I am very glad that he was born. That's why I came here - so my children,
my husband and I could have a better life," she said through a translator.
Back in December, when she was six months pregnant, Fabiola, her husband and
their two daughters - ages 4 and 11 - crossed the Rio Grande from Mexico
into the U.S.
THATS RIGHt !!@@@@@
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juan wrote:
<quoted text> THATS RIGHt !!@@@@@
Seems that you are so ignorant, so incapable of understanding the truth, that I must, on a regular basis, remind you that you and all illegal aliens, particularly Mexicans, are SUB-HUMAN GARBAGE, lowlife thieves, and the most reviled people (and I use the word "people" loosely) in the US. There will NEVER NEVER be a path to citizenship for you Mexican walking pieces of shit. It is more likely that the American people will rise up, break into your homes and march you all to the border. One more time: you are a scumbag wet back and your days in this country are LIMITED. GET IT?

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Cricket 23 wrote:
(CBS) It was 5 a.m. and CBS News national correspondent Byron Pitts is with
a woman who is nine months pregnant. She's rushed to a south Texas hospital
to undergo a C-section - a $4,700 medical procedure that won't cost her a
dime. She qualifies for emergency Medicaid.
She gave birth to a healthy, 8 1/2 pound baby boy - born in America. His
Mexican mother gave him an American name: Eliot.
Eliot is one of an estimated 300,000 children of illegal immigrants born in
the United States every year, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. They're
given instant citizenship because they are born on U.S. soil, which makes it
easier for their parents to become U.S. citizens.
That's because those babies can eventually sponsor their parents - when they
turn 21 years old.
As for Eliot's mother, no longer as fearful of deportation, she told CBS
News her name, Fabiola, and her story.
"So your son is an American citizen. What does that mean to you?" Pitts
asked.
"I am very glad that he was born. That's why I came here - so my children,
my husband and I could have a better life," she said through a translator.
Back in December, when she was six months pregnant, Fabiola, her husband and
their two daughters - ages 4 and 11 - crossed the Rio Grande from Mexico
into the U.S.
this theft needs to be stopped and soon. we should stop helping them no matter what is wrong. no pregnant illegal aliens or immigrants should be able to do this. just and anchor and meal ticket is how they see those kids.
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The problem is the constitution mandates birthright citizenship - that coupled with the current visa system maes a mocary of the system. At least making it harder for non immediate family members to get visas is a start. But what really needs to happen, as with other countries, the birthright citizenship needs to be repealed.
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Born here citizenship here! End of story! All the haters go back to your mama tw at so she can abort y'all

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Not a criminal wrote:
The problem is the constitution mandates birthright citizenship - that coupled with the current visa system maes a mocary of the system. At least making it harder for non immediate family members to get visas is a start. But what really needs to happen, as with other countries, the birthright citizenship needs to be repealed.
the 14th has been twisted,it does not say born here automatic citizen.
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tomin cali wrote:
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the 14th has been twisted,it does not say born here automatic citizen.
you are a filthy racist!
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VIVA LA RAZA!!!@!!!
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Cricket 23 wrote:
(CBS) It was 5 a.m. and CBS News national correspondent Byron Pitts is with
a woman who is nine months pregnant. She's rushed to a south Texas hospital
to undergo a C-section - a $4,700 medical procedure that won't cost her a
dime. She qualifies for emergency Medicaid.
She gave birth to a healthy, 8 1/2 pound baby boy - born in America. His
Mexican mother gave him an American name: Eliot.
Eliot is one of an estimated 300,000 children of illegal immigrants born in
the United States every year, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. They're
given instant citizenship because they are born on U.S. soil, which makes it
easier for their parents to become U.S. citizens.
That's because those babies can eventually sponsor their parents - when they
turn 21 years old.
As for Eliot's mother, no longer as fearful of deportation, she told CBS
News her name, Fabiola, and her story.
"So your son is an American citizen. What does that mean to you?" Pitts
asked.
"I am very glad that he was born. That's why I came here - so my children,
my husband and I could have a better life," she said through a translator.
Back in December, when she was six months pregnant, Fabiola, her husband and
their two daughters - ages 4 and 11 - crossed the Rio Grande from Mexico
into the U.S.
Execute the Parents and deport the baby, giving it the same citizenship as the now deceased parents.
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David63 wrote:
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Execute the Parents and deport the baby, giving it the same citizenship as the now deceased parents.
You’d make a lovely corpse!
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David63 wrote:
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Execute the Parents and deport the baby, giving it the same citizenship as the now deceased parents.
dumb S O B!!!!!

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