NH immigrants say animosity is growing
New Hampshire immigrants said the Arizona immigration law, part of which survived a Supreme Court challenge Monday, is another sign of animosity against immigrants.
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#1 Jun 26, 2012
Animosity is growing among America tax payers We are tired of illegal immigrants sneaking into America ignoring our long established immigration laws dumping non English speaking kids into our school systems most of whom require special help because they are behind in most subject areas.
apply for food stamps aid etc medical help.
What about help for the American tax payers, arrest and deport the illegals. Require they provide proof of legal status before they dump kids into our school system.
English is the language of America, your kids must speak read and write English on grade or you pay to get them up to speed.
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