Skip to comments.EDITORIAL: Deportation stay humanitarian, wide thing to do
Posted on 05/03/2013 12:09:00 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
Jose Maria Islas of New Haven caught a break this week, at least for a while, in his desire to keep from being deported to his native Mexico by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
His lawyer, Danielle Briand, thinks that since ICE is considering their request for a stay of removal, Islas ultimately will be given the stay and allowed to remain in the United States.
If Islas is not deported, it will mean he can work at a job that is low-paying for most Americans but allows him to earn the money he needs to support his wife and son in their village in the Mexican state of Puebla.
Islas case has gotten high visibility because of the support hes received from our U.S. senators and representative, as well as from many in the community who have made their voices heard on his behalf.
(Excerpt) Read more at middletownpress.com ...
Five illegal border crossings, but no criminal record? Huh?
Don’t forget landscapers, maids, and cell phone operators who you cannot understand if your life depended on it.
End welfare & long-term unemployment & I think you’ll find plenty of Americans willing to do those jobs.
How wide is it?
Once you get sent back and return, you are committing a felony.
Hey hey Marco La Raza Rubio and Obama are working to give this illegal alien permanent amnesty
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