Illegal immigration deportation policy comes under fire
Terrazas, now 26, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico, was a student at Arizona State University in May 2009 when she and some friends were stopped for speeding during a camping trip to Payson.
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#1 Jan 22, 2012
"She no longer has the deportation case hanging over her head. But she remains in the country without legal status and could still be deported. She does not qualify for a work permit. She also has no way to apply for legal status because she does not have any close relatives who are U.S. citizens."
All of the time we take to shift through the cases and weigh them seem to me to be more time consuming and costly than deportation. Our Homeland Security saiys it can't deport over 400,000 illegal aliens a year. Yet, NO ONE EVER MENTIONS THE FACT THAT ATTRITION WORKS, HAS WORKED IN THE PAST, AND IS INEXPENSIVE. WOULD YOU PLEASE FORWARD THIS TO JAN NAP, I AM SURE SHE IS UNAWARE!!!
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