you should check out there laws on illeagals who break into there borders<quoted text>Yes, mexicans seem to be exempt from most laws. They take after their goverment I guess. You know the "apple doesnt fall far from the tree"
When Jessica Colotl, an illegal immigrant college student, got arrested for a minor traffic violation at her suburban Atlanta campus, she became an accidental poster child for immigration reform.
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#85 May 16, 2010
#86 May 16, 2010
I would sympathize with this girl if she had made an effort to become an American citizen and been turned down. I really would. I dont understand why she didnt make the effort. She was willing to operate a car without a license and enroll in a university she had no right to attend, so its not like a NO from the INS would matter to her. Im sure she would have just thrown the letter out and got on with her illegal life. Nevertheless, I would sympathize if she had made the effort, because I know how hard it is to become a citizen when you follow the law. My husband is an American citizen now, but it took six years for him to even get a visa. We filled out dozens of forms and spent thousands of dollars. We did it the right way and it was hard and I do feel that children who are brought into this country illegally have no choice and should have options. Jessica could have tried to do things the right way and she chose to ignore every law. I think that says more about her character than how well shes doing in school. If theres one thing this country doesnt need, its another scofflaw.
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#87 May 16, 2010
Please tell your husband that most Americans appreciate his intestinal fortitude. It can be a very daunting experience to wait to come to this country or to become a citizen but once the steps are completed, anyone who has gone through the process should be extremely proud of themselves.
Personally, I believe that the legal process for becoming a citizen is where any reform should take place rather than an amnesty for those who chose to break the law and then demand rights that they are not entitled to.
I have both family members and friends who have taken the legal route and I cannot tell you how proud of them I am.
#89 May 18, 2010
they already ahd the opportunity, they snuk in here ILLEGALLT! what dont you idiots understand?
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