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Dear Editor:

I have been reading opinions put forward by different people in favor of or against the people living in the United States illegally, particularly Mexicans. I felt that I also should add my opinion saying that to violate the law of a country is regarded as illegal, and those foreigners who are residing without visa or overstaying, are called as illegal aliens. The person who violates the law of the land is also considered as criminal. Many aliens from different countries are spending their sentence in prison in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar and other countries for staying without proper visa or overstaying in the respective countries. Being the most democratic and freedom country, the United States has not taken any stern actions against the illegal aliens. Consequently, the illegal aliens are cashing in on the soft policy of the United States. As I see it that there is a solution for millions of Mexicans staying illegally in the United States that their Mexican country should amalgamate with the United States and be declared as 51 state of the United States, so that this big problem will be solved for ever.

Sabin Kayastha


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