Skip to comments.Salma Hayek: "I Was an Illegal Immigrant"
Posted on 12/08/2010 7:27:12 AM PST by re_tail20
Salma Hayek talks about her humble beginnings, her former undocumented immigrant status and her charity projects in the new issue of V Magazine Spain, where the Mexican actress seductively poses for the cover titled A Womans Weapons.
Hayeks involvement with womens issues has distinguished her in Hollywood. Her advocacy includes promoting awareness programs about violence against women and on the rising discrimination against undocumented workers.
I was an illegal immigrant in the United States, Hayek said during the interview. It was for a small period of time, but I still did it.
(Excerpt) Read more at latino.foxnews.com ...
From dusk to dawn?
WHAT NO PICTURES????
An illegal immigrant who is taking the steps to correct the situation is not a big problem for me. It’s the illegal immigrants who insist that they don’t need to become a legal immigrant who are the problems.
Even bigger problems are those politicians who insist that illegals don’t need to become legal.
So-o-o-o....did you go through the process of becoming a legal American citizen or are you still a Mexican citizen?
this thread needs pictures to prove it.
Read the comments at the site. Very good.
I wonder if her father was an illegal immigrant to Mexico when he came from Lebanon?
Not guilty. So say we one, so say we all.
I still don’t know how to post pictures on Freerepublic.
The ultimate twosome.
Gives a whole new meaning to the ‘dream act.’
>>>>WHAT NO PICTURES????
Check the other thread on this topic.
I was an illegal immigrant in the United States, Hayek said during the interview. It was for a small period of time, but I still did it.What a pathetic article, the interviewer/reporter did not deem a follow-up question of "what path did she take to change her status from illegal to legal" worthy of a mention?
1. Revoke citizenship.
2. Deport to Mexico.
3. Finish the WALL!
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Then put less than and greater than signs around it
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