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Kent County Clerk sued for failing to issue marriage license to illegal immigrants

There are 184 comments on the www.wzzm13.com story from Mar 31, 2010, titled Kent County Clerk sued for failing to issue marriage license to illegal immigrants. In it, www.wzzm13.com reports that:

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. A Wyoming attorney filed a class action lawsuit today in Federal Court against Kent County Clerk, Mary Hollinrake.

Grand Rapids Michigan Wednesday March 31 st 2010 wwzzm13.com Illegals allegedly sue over a current law that requires a social security number to match their names ....

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Since: Sep 08

Muskegon

#186 Oct 15, 2010
tweetNlovely wrote:
to all of you that want to talk s*** about illegals. You have no clear understanding of your ancestors. They were allowed to come here no questions asked. Why should Mexicans be any different. Some of them come here as children and have no choice. How do you expect an adult that has no knowledge of their country to leave, when all they know is what is right here. To those of you that have partners, was the first question out of your mouth to them "are you legal to be in this country", no it's not. So if two people fall in love, let them get married. why does the government need to get involved in who one choices to live their lives with!!!!!!!!!!1
No, my ancestors did not come here no questions asked. That is an extremely ignorant statement. Not surprising, since dredging this topic up from April was a desperate grab for attention as well.
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#187 Oct 15, 2010
radell wrote:
<quoted text>No, my ancestors did not come here no questions asked. That is an extremely ignorant statement. Not surprising, since dredging this topic up from April was a desperate grab for attention as well.
Way to go radell, you tell him..... He has no idea how our people got here..... Mine came through the front door and followed the laws two generations ago....
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Grand Rapids, MI

#188 Oct 15, 2010
tweetNlovely wrote:
to all of you that want to talk s*** about illegals. You have no clear understanding of your ancestors. They were allowed to come here no questions asked.
The only thing unclear here is your understanding of immigration laws. My understanding comes from a direct source as one my my ancestors who immigrated here (LEGALLY) was my father and I know what he needed to go through to get here.
BOTH of my husband's parents are immigrants and were definitely not allowed in no questions asked. In fact, they needed to have sponsors (legal citizens who would commit to supporting them once they got here until they could get jobs and support themselves) BEFORE they could enter the country. That's not exactly 'no questions asked'.

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Since: Jan 08

Holland,MI

#189 Oct 16, 2010
tweetNlovely wrote:
to all of you that want to talk s*** about illegals. You have no clear understanding of your ancestors. They were allowed to come here no questions asked. Why should Mexicans be any different. Some of them come here as children and have no choice. How do you expect an adult that has no knowledge of their country to leave, when all they know is what is right here. To those of you that have partners, was the first question out of your mouth to them "are you legal to be in this country", no it's not. So if two people fall in love, let them get married. why does the government need to get involved in who one choices to live their lives with!!!!!!!!!!1
I have a very clear understanding of my ancestors. My family came here legally in the late 40s. We had to have a sponsor and a guaranteed job before we could come here. My parents worked very hard for many years to get what we eventually had. In the 50s we were naturalized and celebrated with a trip to our home country. We learned english and had to take the citizenship test in english and had no ESL to help us.

Incidentally, you referred to the ancestors of many coming here no questions asked. How are the native americans doing these days in their native land?

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