Legal Definition of "Mexican National"
Ron Jeremy

United States

#86 Jul 21, 2012
Fans of Ron Jeremy. FRJ.
Greg M

Houston, TX

#87 Aug 30, 2012
john stewartson wrote:
june from sugar land texas get this threw your head not all mexicans are illegals do you even here yourself talk man you are so ignorant
John, do you know what a question mark (?) is? June was simply asking a question. And FYI, it's "through" not "threw" and "hear" not "here"! You're the pot calling the kettle black! You are the ignorant one, my friend. Do us all a favor, the next time you have a thought.....let it go!!
Law Student

Los Angeles, CA

#88 Sep 17, 2012
pragmatist wrote:
Thanks. Since I'm reading "Mexican National" in the news more and more frequently and seeing less and less of "illigal immigrant" does that mean the media are using the term "Mexican National" in lieu of "illiegal..." or "undocumented..." as they previosly did?
Awesome deduction, there is alot to discover about the current system. Its corruption and the defamation of the National Identity. Citizens pursue privileges, through application.(begging)
Nationals have unalienable and permanent right, no psuedo (Rep and Dem) government can take away. Human should be treated as humans, not "aliens".
Serrano Red

United States

#90 Nov 25, 2012
john stewartson wrote:
june from sugar land texas get this threw your head not all mexicans are illegals do you even here yourself talk man you are so ignorant
If you are not a Texan do not post in this forum
Serrano Red

United States

#91 Nov 25, 2012
All those mex women can do is have a bunch of anchor babies we should use them as a boat anchor
Donna

Royal Oak, MI

#92 Nov 30, 2012
Very well put Teresa!
Teresa wrote:
Mexican National, your comments are as blatantly hateful and stupid as you seem to think we are. If you're so down on this country, why the hell are you here, you dumb a s s. How dare you reap the benefits as a citizen and then talk trash about us like that. You should go to your beloved poverty-ridden, crime-filled Mexico with your head hung in shame for your remarks about a country that offers so much to you and your people. Ungrateful B@$*@#%.
Danterizo

Los Angeles, CA

#93 Dec 17, 2012
A Mexican national is plain and simple a Mexican citizen. His alligiance is to Mexico only. He can't vote and likely without a visa. He is used by employers as a source of cheap labor whose source of income is based on hours worked and not necessarily pay increases. Without knowing he keeps the labor pay low for established people of all races who have come before him. He does not affect any positive change since has has no voice or political clout. Mexican Nationals give pochos or Mexican Americans headaches due to the fact that they in fact are the employers servants and are passive and timid against employers. They bother no one though or could give not a rat's ass about workers rights or American holidays. They do not understand the American system they come here to do minial labor regardless. So there, I AM one.
Mosquito

Canada

#94 Jan 10, 2013
By those terms, my brother then is a Danish National whereas my brother and I were born here by Danish Nationals...whew. Cleared that up.
sammy

Scottville, MI

#95 Jan 25, 2013
YOU, MY POOR IGNORANT FRIEND, ARE A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF WHAT IS WRONG WITH COUNTRY. YOUR OVER BLOWN SENSE OF SELF IMPORTANCE, ENTITLEMENT TO THINGS YOU HAVE NOT WORKED FOR OR EARNED AND YOUR CERTAINTY THAT UOU ARE SO SMART ARE WHAY ARE RUNNING THIS COUNTRY INTO THE GROUND. I AM SO TIRED OF HEARING ABOUT THE EVIL RICH. KNOW HOW THEY GOT RICH JERK? THEY WORKED FOR IT. I KNOW YOU DON'T HAVE ANY INTELLIGENT RESPONSE TO THIS SO YOU WILL CALL ME A RACIST. I AM NOT. I AM A REALIST THAT DOES NOT BELIEVE IN REWARDING CRIMINALS. ENTER THIS COUNTRY LEGALLY OR DON'T COME AT ALL AND LEARN ENGLISH.
sammy

Scottville, MI

#96 Jan 25, 2013
And criminals treated as criminals
lupe

United States

#97 Jan 30, 2013
I hate border hoppin beaners
Know the Law

Los Angeles, CA

#98 Feb 19, 2013
For all you children of immigrants and the racist colonists of European Ignorance enslaved by your own corporations and hate,(and also for other Mexicans that want to empower themselves.)

Get This,

If you, or one of your parents, were born in Mexico, you are eligible for becoming a Mexican national without affecting your status as a U.S. citizen. Until 1998 “dual citizenship” was not possible. You were forced to relinquish one for the other. However, the Mexican congress in 1998, at the urging of a Mexican lawyer in Tijuana, granted Mexican nationals and the sons and daughters of Mexican born to obtain Mexican “nationality” so as not to contradict U.S. laws prohibiting dual citizenship.

The Tijuana lawyer was serving as the president of the largest Mexican party – The P.R.I.(Partido Revolucionario Institucional) in the United States. His mandate was to encourage Mexican citizens, residing in the U.S., to cast absentee ballots for his party’s candidates in Mexico. He soon realized that many Mexicans were reluctant to apply for U.S. citizenship for fear of losing their Mexican heritage and benefits. He felt that these Mexican citizens could be an important power base if they could vote in both U.S. and Mexican elections.

The Tijuana attorney researched legal alternatives. He discovered that in the 1920’s Germany and France motivated their citizens, living abroad, to create a political force internationally by becoming citizens of their adopted countries without losing “National” status as a German or Frenchman. Thus the concept of legally being a “Mexican National” and a U.S. citizen.

If you qualify for Mexican national status, one of your parents born in Mexico, I advise taking advantage of the opportunity. You will be able to legally work in Mexico, establish a tax id number to do business and buy property fee simple in the “forbidden zone”(100 km from the border or 50 km from the coastlines). You simply take the original of your parent’s birth certificate and your birth certificate to the nearest Mexican consulate and they will begin the process.

It is only a couple hundred dollars to obtain a document that could save you tens of thousands of dollars. Example: a friend of mine gained his Mexican national status and not long thereafter, his daughter decided she wanted to become a medical doctor. He could not afford the cost of medical school in the United States. However, as the daughter of a Mexican national, she attended one of the most prestigious medical schools in the world, The University of Guadalajara, tuition free.

IF YOU DONT LIKE IT GO BACK TO EUROPE!
Know the Law

Los Angeles, CA

#99 Feb 19, 2013
sammy wrote:
YOU, MY POOR IGNORANT FRIEND, ARE A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF WHAT IS WRONG WITH COUNTRY. YOUR OVER BLOWN SENSE OF SELF IMPORTANCE, ENTITLEMENT TO THINGS YOU HAVE NOT WORKED FOR OR EARNED AND YOUR CERTAINTY THAT UOU ARE SO SMART ARE WHAY ARE RUNNING THIS COUNTRY INTO THE GROUND. I AM SO TIRED OF HEARING ABOUT THE EVIL RICH. KNOW HOW THEY GOT RICH JERK? THEY WORKED FOR IT. I KNOW YOU DON'T HAVE ANY INTELLIGENT RESPONSE TO THIS SO YOU WILL CALL ME A RACIST. I AM NOT. I AM A REALIST THAT DOES NOT BELIEVE IN REWARDING CRIMINALS. ENTER THIS COUNTRY LEGALLY OR DON'T COME AT ALL AND LEARN ENGLISH.
People who are rich in this country have done by stepping on peoples heads, corruption, theft, and disinformation. Look at all the top corporations and their CEO's. Lies and corruption through lobbyist, not hard work. You my friend are not part of the Rich culture you are in the slave line like every other US lackey. You are the reason why this country is going to the toilet. You are obviously ignorant and do not know anything about the Law, which means are incompetent. Your opinion is mute in contrast to the law. English is'nt even the official language in this country. Since ancient times it has been home to multiple languages, even before the Europeans came. It will always remain a home for the indigenous and the laws project that. Its only because they do no teach these things in this country for obvious reasons. You are an immigrant, not any mexican. We were born in this continent by pedigree, you are from Europe. Go back there, but you know you'd be considered a hillbilly there. You're just an ignorant animal.
jaymz32

Honolulu, HI

#100 Apr 18, 2013
Hey, I have a Mexican national in san diego who is trying to get elected in his city. All he does is talk smack about gun control regulations and open borders. I'm trying to see if he can even run for council. His actions are bordering on treason. Any advice?
People are stupid

Saint Louis, MO

#101 Jun 5, 2013
I see Mexican National used on shows like COPS, First 48, Americas Most Wanted. Mainly when they are interrogating a murderer, rapist or robber. Or they are searching for them.

Generally on First 48 almost all are Mexican Nationals that are hispanic. They like to come to the US and kill / sell drugs. Lots of money here to send back to Mexico.

So they are Mexicans on a crime spree.
just me

San Antonio, TX

#102 Jun 6, 2013
Serrano Red wrote:
<quoted text>
If you are not a Texan do not post in this forum
I agree, and if your from mexico...go away.and take your trash with you.
Jon Anthony

Chula Vista, CA

#103 Jun 27, 2013
Mexican National wrote:
I'm shocked by the ignorance here. It's truly stunning and sickening.
For your information (widely available on the Internet, in case you need independent verification of the facts), Mexican nationals do not have to reside in Mexico. Just like Americans can go live elsewhere if they want. You, in fact, be a dual American citizen and, at the same time, a Mexican national. Mexico does not make you surrender your Mexican nationality in order to accept the nationality of your host country. If you are a documented resident of Mexico, you are most likely a Mexican Citizen, and the word citizen implies that you LIVE in Mexico, and you have VOTING RIGHTS there. If you are a Mexican Citizen, you are also a Mexican National, but the reverse is not necessarily true. In my case, I'm a Mexican National, but I don't live there, so I'm not a citizen and I don't vote there. I'm an American-born daughter of Mexican-born parents, so basically I'm a Mexican born in the United States. And before you crazy daisies flame me, no one was undocumented in my case, you bunch of ignorant wingnuts.
So, let's review:
1. I was born in the U.S.
2. I am a Mexican National, not a Mexican citizen
If a landlord is asking about nationality in a housing application, he is likely in violation of federal statutes that protect people from unfair or biased housing practices.
Why am I a Mexican National? Why would I want to be? Well, mainly so that I can walk out of this country and back into the country of my roots, and have rights there...own land, work---and not be considered a foreigner. Mexico would welcome me. And I'll take my education and my money with me to get away from this xenophobic sinkhole that does nothing but scapegoat Mexicans for the problems we have NOTHING to do with.
Most of the U.S. is a suburban trailer park. People who come here make it BETTER. It can't get any worse.
NICE ONE and funny
Jon Anthony

Chula Vista, CA

#104 Jun 27, 2013
The poster "Mexican National" is correct and I enjoyed her comments. I wanted to add that ignorance has no boarder boundaries. I use to work and be acquainted with many Mexican Nationals traveling and visiting throughout California. I am a third gen American Citizen with Mexican family roots and both of my parents were born & raised in Texas & speak both Eng/Span fluently. I am not fluent in Spanish, neither do most of my cousins born in the US. I can get by with what I learned from 3 yrs of now dated college classes. Most of the Nationals cannot understand why or how this is possible. I often get comments like " Whats wrong with you, don't you like your culture?" I try to explain the older methods in the schools in 1960's was all English. no language cross over methodology that is encouraged today.I even pointed out that there are a million plus American citizens living in L.A. County of Mexican decent who do not speak Spanish fluently. They usually don't believe me or fully understand how that's possible. It unusually ends up with me leaving with a smile and them still shaking their heads in disbelief.
US Citizen-Mex Am

San Francisco, CA

#105 Jul 21, 2013
Dad wrote:
<quoted text>Just because you were lucky enough to be born in this coutry does not give you the right to say anything about it. If you want to keep your rights go back to your country! And keep your ignorance to yourself.
I'm confused; not that that's hard to do.
First, if she was born here, and she is living here, why are you telling her to "go back to your country"; she is already here.
Also, I thought Freedom of Speech was a constitutional right granted to anyone who IS lucky enough to be born here (in the USA); or is 'Dad' the gatekeeper for who has rights in this country and who doesn't?
Signed:
Missed Another Memo
U-S-A-

United States

#106 Sep 19, 2013
Mexican National wrote:
I'm shocked by the ignorance here. It's truly stunning and sickening.
For your information (widely available on the Internet, in case you need independent verification of the facts), Mexican nationals do not have to reside in Mexico. Just like Americans can go live elsewhere if they want. You, in fact, be a dual American citizen and, at the same time, a Mexican national. Mexico does not make you surrender your Mexican nationality in order to accept the nationality of your host country. If you are a documented resident of Mexico, you are most likely a Mexican Citizen, and the word citizen implies that you LIVE in Mexico, and you have VOTING RIGHTS there. If you are a Mexican Citizen, you are also a Mexican National, but the reverse is not necessarily true. In my case, I'm a Mexican National, but I don't live there, so I'm not a citizen and I don't vote there. I'm an American-born daughter of Mexican-born parents, so basically I'm a Mexican born in the United States. And before you crazy daisies flame me, no one was undocumented in my case, you bunch of ignorant wingnuts.
So, let's review:
1. I was born in the U.S.
2. I am a Mexican National, not a Mexican citizen
If a landlord is asking about nationality in a housing application, he is likely in violation of federal statutes that protect people from unfair or biased housing practices.
Why am I a Mexican National? Why would I want to be? Well, mainly so that I can walk out of this country and back into the country of my roots, and have rights there...own land, work---and not be considered a foreigner. Mexico would welcome me. And I'll take my education and my money with me to get away from this xenophobic sinkhole that does nothing but scapegoat Mexicans for the problems we have NOTHING to do with.
Most of the U.S. is a suburban trailer park. People who come here make it BETTER. It can't get any worse.
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