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Dear Editor:

I have read all your and other articles pro and against Immigration. I have not, however, to this date, read one single article which really focused on the most important issues, i.e.:

Does the majority of people in this country (American citizens or Resident Aliens) would chose to arrest and deport all undocumented aliens?

Would that be a feasible measure? Supposing the answer to this question is yes, how much would that cost all of us, in terms of the manpower required and the cost to send all these undocumented aliens back to their countries, not to mention the cost of supporting them while they are in the INS Detention Facilities?

How would the deportation of undocumented aliens impact our economy, since they represent a large part of our work force?

Will it ever be possible to have completely safe, alien smugglers resistant boarders?

Will the new measures INS is trying to implement in relation to B1 and B2 visas help improve the security in this nation?

How long should a tourist expect to spend in the line waiting for inspection, if INS officers have the power to arbitrarily decide how long will his/her stay in this country be?

I could add a number of other practical issues that have never been contemplated by any of the many people who are reacting emotionally and out of fear. However, practical matters must be considered, in order to reach good, reasonable and acceptable decision for all concerned.

Isabel Thomas


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