Deputies ID woman killed in Milwaukee...

Deputies ID woman killed in Milwaukee crash

There are 6 comments on the WYOW-TV Eagle River story from Jan 3, 2011, titled Deputies ID woman killed in Milwaukee crash. In it, WYOW-TV Eagle River reports that:

Authorities have released the name of a Milwaukee woman killed when a man driving the wrong way on Interstate 94 crashed into her car head-on. The Milwaukee County sheriff's office identifies the victim as 34-year-old Corrie Damske.

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cynthia

United States

#1 Jan 4, 2011
Gaytan was a very good man. If he dint have a driver licence is because this city is not alowing imigrants to obtaing one other ways ther both the same. He was not intoxicated whit alcohol we know that because he was in AAA for sever years and kept going because he was helping others to overcome the alcohol like he did. It was fatal accident. Yes it was he's fault by going in the wrong direcion but couldent the other driver see him coming. Acidents hapens. And if they have him under costody alredy is only. because of he's legal status because he was an imigrant.
Shane

New York, NY

#2 Jan 4, 2011
OMFG lady... Your crazy!!! He shouldnt have been here anyway!!!

Thats a fact!!!
You people come here to out country and kill our people. Thats insane. If this guy where where he should have been (in Mexico) this young lady whould still be alive, and her 9 year old would have a mother...

I hope this guy rots in his cell.

Since: Nov 10

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#3 Jan 4, 2011
cynthia wrote:
Gaytan was a very good man. If he dint have a driver licence is because this city is not alowing imigrants to obtaing one other ways ther both the same. He was not intoxicated whit alcohol we know that because he was in AAA for sever years and kept going because he was helping others to overcome the alcohol like he did. It was fatal accident. Yes it was he's fault by going in the wrong direcion but couldent the other driver see him coming. Acidents hapens. And if they have him under costody alredy is only. because of he's legal status because he was an imigrant.
ok, First learn how to write in english, not your spanglish. This is america, so learn our language.
yeah good people drive the wrong way when they are sober. Lady, you are a joke for defending this POS. this is not "just a accident". This idiot was going the wrong way and didnt have a license..I hope he rots in he ll
Quo Vadis

Milwaukee, WI

#4 Jan 5, 2011
Immigrants are the ones who have permission to come to our country. He is a criminal who is using our system to make money. My relatives are legal immigrants and had to be fingerprinted and I had to provide proof of financial support for them. They also could not be a criminal in their own country or have multiple spouses or children to support. My bank statements for financial support had to be submitted to ICE as a legal immigrant cannot collect any US benefits for 5 years. They also had to have a health check, tuberculosis test, AIDS test, hearing check and a three week background check done at the embassy in order to get a Visa to board a plane to the U.S. This is the legal way it is done and illegals, who are criminals, would never be given a visa and that is why so many of them come here illegally.

At the gate, their Visa was checked and they again received a stamp from INS (ICE) in their passport. After arriving that week, we visited immigration to petition for a change of status and submit fingerprints from the Milw. police and a mugshot because they wanted to change addresses. This is done everytime a legal immigrant changes cities or addresses. After they received their Legal Alien card (green card), they were allowed to work and apply for a social security card. All this after two years of waiting and $3,000 in fees and legal help not to mention the international calls to the U.S. embassy.

So, lady, don't give me your "poor immigrant" BS because legal immigrants and naturalized citizens from all over world are doing it the right way and are being scrutinized by our government. A legal permanent resident can be deported for committing a crime, also. We are sick of the illegals acting like they are so disadvantaged. Legal immigrants are the ones who are disadvantaged because they did it the difficult way.
Quo Vadis

Milwaukee, WI

#5 Jan 5, 2011
I feel that Americans don't understand the legal process of bringing someone here legally.
For example, if you want to bring a fiance here and intend to marry; you need to file a K-1 Visa petition to Immigration. Then you have 3 months to marry and your spouse will get a LPR (Legal Permanent Residency, Legal Perm. Alien Card). You, as a spouse, agree to support your fiance and guarantee that he/she will not be a burden to the U.S. That means you need to show your bank statement and whether you have a job. This is so your legal spouse can learn English and assimilate into our culture. The goal is to make him/her an American Citizen. They also can be drafted in time of war even as a Legal Permanent Resident.
Along with this documentation, your fiance will need a medical exam and an interview. He/She cannot have overstayed a visa nor have any deportation orders. Here is the entire process from the U.S. Government. I am so frustrated because many Americans don't know the difference between illegal and legal aliens. Please pass this on because the news media is not telling you that the 1 million legal immigrant coming to the U.S. every year are doing it the right way:
Quo Vadis

Milwaukee, WI

#6 Jan 5, 2011
U.S. Immigration System-steps for K Visa:
From U.S. Immigration Service Web site:
In general, the following documents are required:
Passport(s) valid for six months beyond the intended date of entry into the U.S.
Affidavit of Support from the petitioner/U.S. sponsor.
Application for Immigrant Visa and Alien Registration, Form DS-230, both Part I and Part II
Two photographs. See the photograph requirements.
Civil Documents for the applicant.

Take clear, legible photocopies of civil documents, such as birth and marriage certificates, and any required translations to the immigrant visa interview. Original documents can then be returned to you.
Completed Medical Examination Forms – These are provided by the panel physician after you have successfully completed your medical examination and vaccinations (see below).
Visa Interview
Once the NVC determines the file is complete with all the required documents, they schedule the applicant’s interview appointment. NVC then sends the file, containing the applicant’s petition and the documents listed above, to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate where the applicant will be interviewed for a visa. a medical examination.
Applicants should bring their valid passports, as well as any other documentation above not already provided to NVC, to their visa interviews. During the interview process, ink-free, digital fingerprint scans will be taken. Applicants will receive their original civil documents and original translations back at the time of interview.
Medical Examination and Vaccinations
Important Notice: In preparing for your interview, you will need to schedule and complete your medical examination and any required vaccinations before your visa interview. Before an immigrant visa can be issued, every applicant, regardless of age, must undergo a medical examination which must be performed by an authorized panel physician. Applicants are provided instructions by NVC regarding medical examinations, including information on authorized panel physicians. See Medical Examination for more information, including a list of panel physicians by country, and frequently asked questions.
Vaccination Requirements
U.S. immigration law requires immigrant visa applicants to obtain certain vaccinations prior to the issuance of immigrant visas. What Is Conditional Residence?
If you have been married for less than two years when your spouse enters the United States on an immigrant visa, the permanent resident status is considered “conditional.” The immigrant visa is a conditional resident (CR) visa, not an immediate relative (IR) visa.
Ineligibilities for Visas - What If the Applicant Is Ineligible for a Visa?
Certain conditions and activities may make an applicant ineligible for a visa. Examples of these ineligibilities include: drug trafficking; overstaying a previous visa; and submitting fraudulent documents. If you are ineligible for a visa, you will be informed by the consular officer and advised whether there is a waiver of the ineligibility and what the waiver process is. You can see the complete list of ineligibilities by clicking on Classes of Aliens Ineligible to Receive Visas.
When traveling, the primary (or principal) applicant must enter the U.S. before or at the same time as family members holding visas.
Entering the U.S.- Port of Entry
A visa allows a foreign citizen to travel to the U.S. port-of entry and request permission to enter the U.S. Applicants should be aware that a visa does not guarantee entry into the U.S. The DHS, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials have authority to permit or deny admission to the U.S. Travelers should review important information about admissions and entry requirements on the CBP website under Travel.

Are you exhausted! Just think how legal immigrants feel when other people just walk over the border.

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