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Ratting Out Your Dad

by Charles Kuck

Some will find no sympathy for this Border Patrol Agent. They will say, HEY, he chose to be a Border Patrol Agent, and he chose to let his twice deported father live in his house. And, he knew that it was against the law to lie to federal investigators. But, when you realize it was his DAD, don't you think, "darn, our system is broken?" In a way, I feel sorry for this young agent. His law enforcement career is over. He may serve time in a federal prison. All because he was protecting his dad.

Frankly, I don't know how many of us wouldn't do the same thing. Who would rat their father out, when he personally experiences everyday the tragedy of our broken immigration system? Our immigration laws just continue to cause human tragedies every day. How sad.


About The Author

Charles Kuck is the Managing Partner of Kuck Immigration Partners LLC-The Immigration Law Firm, and oversees its nationwide immigration practice. His practice focuses on U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law and international migration matters. Mr. Kuck assists employers and employees with business and professional visas, labor certifications, immigrant visas, consular representation, and citizenship matters. Mr. Kuck also maintains an active Federal Court practice focusing on immigration issues.


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