Proof Is In Pudding
The following diagram highlights the contradiction between ICE policy and reality. According to the TRAC table illustrating the number of persons charged in immigration courts by DHS, criminals are charged 1,000 times more than terrorists, while immigrants are charged 7,000 times more than terrorists. Clearly, national security and terrorism are just an excuse to wage a war on immigrants.
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Obtaining Permanent Residence In Spite Of A Conviction
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Predictions For October 2007 Priority Dates Of Employment Based Immigrant -- Good News!
Jan Pederson writes "Government sources have advised us that we can expect more good news when the new pool of visa numbers is released for the fiscal year which begins on October 1, 2007."
USCIS Issues Service Center And Lockbox Receipting Update
USCIS issued a service center and lockbox receipting update.
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I read with some dismay the Congressional "pardon" of border patrol agents Ramos and Compean (see 08/02/07 ID comment). Border agents are highly exposed to potential corruption and bribery, even more so than drug enforcement agents. To allow two of them to get away with falsifying reports and planting evidence is a disaster. Had they just fessed up early on, I doubt much would have happened to them after they shot a fleeing drug smuggler who posed no threat right in the keester, but they didn't, did they? One wonders what else they may have covered up or lied about in the course of their duties. This sort of cheap bipartisan grandstanding is highly detrimental to good order and discipline in law enforcement agencies.
Honza Prchal, Esq.
I offer this in response to Robert Yang's letter (08/06/07 ID), which queries as to "Why pizzerias, Chinese restaurants, banks, airlines and landlords must worry about their customers' immigration status while they're good paying customers who bring them repeat profitable businesses? If I own a business, I don't care less about my customers personal issues, what I care they shop at mine and bring profit, repeat businesses and of course more referrals. Period." If one were to follow the principles outlined in Yang's letter, why should we be concerned at all about the personal issues of those around us? Should we just mind our own business and look out only for ourselves? Should we just ignore lawbreakers, all of them, rapists, murderers, child molesters, and just sell to them, to as Mr. Yang's letter states, "bring profit", without worrying about who they are or what they are - after all, as Mr. Yang's letter suggests, it is none of our business, so long as our business profits. Should we no longer watch America's Most Wanted on TV and report the criminal offenders we see showcased there? Or give a hoot about Megan's Law or the public assisting law enforcement in the apprehension of child molesters? How about when a hit-and-run driver runs over a third grader in the crosswalk a block from her home? Should we not report gang-bangers we see spraying graffiti on the side of our neighbor's business premises - it is not our business premises and surely that will not hurt our profit? Should we allow lawlessness to run rampant and let us allow Border Patrol Agents kill undocumented aliens?
David D. Murray, Esq.
Newport Beach, CA
Had justice been served millions of people and 105 congressman would not be screaming for their release..
I suggest anyone who thinks this is justice should read the full story at WorldNet Daily, "2 Border Patrol agents
face 20 years in prison".
It serves no good purpose to deport innocent young children brought by their parents to illegally immigrate here (see 08/06/07 ID comment). Most of them are bright students who will be good US citizens if given the opportunities to do so. It's very sad that they have to deal with irrational and inhumane immigration laws supported by those hypocrites who say they support "family values", "sanctity of marriage" and calling themselves as "compassionate conservatives" who care about themselves despite the Lord's teaching of sharing and loving. I really don't get it while so many lazy US citizen criminals and parasites where out of focus of criticism from this group, while they try to kick out many good people who have contributed so much for this country. Yes, they must break the laws to feed their familly and for better life and opportunities but these human beings were called illegal for something that have been done
in the past by the ancestors of many if not most Americans today. We must reform our welfare system so it won't be abused by any lazy parasites, and we must give a chance for those who have proven they deserve this chance to get American dream, starting with those young innocent bright students who get caught in the chaos of our immigration laws.
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