Attorney sees racism in proposed immi...

Attorney sees racism in proposed immigration reforms

There are 3 comments on the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story from May 12, 2013, titled Attorney sees racism in proposed immigration reforms. In it, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports that:

Racism is behind immigration reform legislation aimed at creating a path to citizenship because it fails to produce a quick process and instead focuses on securing the border with Mexico, according to an immigration attorney.

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Valentina poggioli

Oklahoma City, OK

#1 May 12, 2013
You want a faster citizenship? It took me 29 years to get mine ... What else do they want?

Brooklyn, NY

#2 May 12, 2013
It seems Mexico is the only border to America where the estimated 11 million entered The U.S Million upon millions line up daily overseas to apply for U.S visas every day and the few ones who got it came in through U.S airports and some of d themselves in a bottled neck paper work . A simple extention of visa would have saved millions from waiting for 10-15 year time for the Mexican border to be as secured .Further more millions were denied legal status for one reason or the other despite paying thousands of dollars here and there . Now it is the same judgement and treatment forhose who lined up at various American embassies in overseas and those who just walked in from Mexico . That is not fair
Down With Traitors

Chula Vista, CA

#3 May 13, 2013
Are these people dumb, stupid or retarded?? In demanding any path to citizenship they are asking for way more than they will ever get from us! The only path for illegal aliens should be an environment of national self-relocation that leads them to their own countries so they can get in line and start the legal process to be in our country!

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