Skip to comments.New Haven immigrant's deportation case continued
Posted on 01/04/2013 12:19:42 PM PST by moonshinner_09
HARTFORD Josemaria Islas, an undocumented immigrant from New Haven, had his deportation case continued for two months Thursday as advocates continue to push for the government to let him remain in the country through the use of prosecutorial discretion.
Islas, who came here from Mexico, has been living and working in New Haven for the past seven years, contributing to the support of his sisters family, which includes three children.
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There, fixed it.
This isn't rocket science.Just as I don't have any right to live in Mexico (or *any* country other than the US),most Mexicans have no right to live/work/attend school/receive gov't benefits here.
Each identity gets freebies by the carload----and is sucking off the backs of real Americans. You can bet the suckers don't want to queer the profitable scam.
The best bet is to legalize the sucker---then they can nail him for ID theft.
As FREEPER REAGANSSHINYHAIR insightfully posted----Dreamer Ohaha's goona have problems WRT legalization---they already use fake ID's to get drivers' licenses under different names....which also allows them to vote.
So, by Ohaha legaizing them---this forces them to get licenses under their real names.
State computers will run a photo-match check to see if the same person has applied under different names.
Aye carumba---- they get investigated for ID theft and have to answer to a judge---and get prosecuted under US law.
This has happened when a former illegal gets legal.
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