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Dear Editor:
I have been interested in the multiple attacks made against Mr. Alexander's comments in recent issues of Immigration Daily. I believe that the majority of law-abiding US citizens would agree with most of Mr. Alexander's comments. Americans want immigrants who are committed to following the laws of the US. So many illegal immigrants have shown they have no respect for following US immigration laws and other laws regardless of the fact that they are hard-working nice people. If you choose to enter the US illegally, if you choose to use false documents to obtain work (fake IDs, SS#s, etc), if you crash into my car and then choose to flee the scene because of your illegal status, how can I believe that you won't continue to break other laws to meet your personal goals. Good-hearted Americans are being abused by illegal immigrants because the individual stories can be tragic and Americans are giving people. If Mr. Greenspan and others (myself included) believe that we need more immigration, let us change the laws to permit more legal immigration, but we must stop the illegal immigration. I think Mr. Alexander and most Americans would agree.

MSJ
Maryland



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