Like I said before, if his superiors are willing to go to bat for him, I think they have a pretty good idea of what this guy is made of, and we should support them in their efforts to avoid having this guy deported
Not necessarily *all* muslims.But the ones who engaged in marriage fraud in order to gain admission to the US...no citizenship...and no residency.
You're saying that none of the Iraqis that put their asses on the line, put their own families in grave risk by acting as interpreters for US troops should have been given asylum?
I understand that there have been at least a few such people...and maybe more than a few.Those people....*assuming that they've never violated US law*...just might be worthy of receiving asylum.
Your saying that no muslim, no matter what he has done for this country should allowed to become a US citizen?
I'm saying that any muslim who's engaged in marriage fraud to gain entry into this country is suspect....*very* suspect...IMO.Regardless of what he/she might have done for this country.No citizenship...no residency....for any such muslim.Or for any such person.