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I am writing an essay for a class of mine and the subject matter is -Giving A Path Of Citizenship To Illegal Immigrants-. I am curious what people's opinions are on this subject. Do you feel it would be unfair to reward illegal behavior while there are so many people going about this process legally and get denied or how do you feel? Any responses would be appreciated. Thanks


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I am writing an essay for a class of mine and the subject matter is -Giving A Path Of Citizenship To Illegal Immigrants-. I am curious what people's opinions are on this subject. Do you feel it would be unfair to reward illegal behavior while there are so many people going about this process legally and get denied or how do you feel? Any responses would be appreciated. Thanks

absolutely!


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I am writing an essay for a class of mine and the subject matter is -Giving A Path Of Citizenship To Illegal Immigrants-. I am curious what people's opinions are on this subject. Do you feel it would be unfair to reward illegal behavior while there are so many people going about this process legally and get denied or how do you feel? Any responses would be appreciated. Thanks

absolutely!

It still scares me that charles and I agree about something, but.......

Yup! If legal immigrants need proper medicals, background checks and boatloads of paperwork, so should the rest!


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Feb. 22, 2010 Second Email and text stating card production ordered.

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I am writing an essay for a class of mine and the subject matter is -Giving A Path Of Citizenship To Illegal Immigrants-. I am curious what people's opinions are on this subject. Do you feel it would be unfair to reward illegal behavior while there are so many people going about this process legally and get denied or how do you feel? Any responses would be appreciated. Thanks

If we know a person is illegal, we should EITHER send him/her back to his/her country of origin, OR accept his/her presence here and give him/her a path to citizenship.

In my opinion the first option is ideal but extremely impractical, given the scale of the problem.


Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.

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I am writing an essay for a class of mine and the subject matter is -Giving A Path Of Citizenship To Illegal Immigrants-. I am curious what people's opinions are on this subject. Do you feel it would be unfair to reward illegal behavior while there are so many people going about this process legally and get denied or how do you feel? Any responses would be appreciated. Thanks

If we know a person is illegal, we should EITHER send him/her back to his/her country of origin, OR accept his/her presence here and give him/her a path to citizenship.

In my opinion the first option is ideal but extremely impractical, given the scale of the problem.

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I am writing an essay for a class of mine and the subject matter is -Giving A Path Of Citizenship To Illegal Immigrants-. I am curious what people's opinions are on this subject. Do you feel it would be unfair to reward illegal behavior while there are so many people going about this process legally and get denied or how do you feel? Any responses would be appreciated. Thanks

If we know a person is illegal, we should EITHER send him/her back to his/her country of origin, OR accept his/her presence here and give him/her a path to citizenship.

In my opinion the first option is ideal but extremely impractical, given the scale of the problem.

if we had only known before your true origins :(

bodysnatchers :whistle:


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I am writing an essay for a class of mine and the subject matter is -Giving A Path Of Citizenship To Illegal Immigrants-. I am curious what people's opinions are on this subject. Do you feel it would be unfair to reward illegal behavior while there are so many people going about this process legally and get denied or how do you feel? Any responses would be appreciated. Thanks

If we know a person is illegal, we should EITHER send him/her back to his/her country of origin, OR accept his/her presence here and give him/her a path to citizenship.

In my opinion the first option is ideal but extremely impractical, given the scale of the problem.

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This is a really hard question because every situation is different.

However, it is really unfair to the poeple who go through the process legally. We put our blood, sweat, tears, and money...into doing it the right way.


12/03/2005: Married

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Citizenship

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We put our blood, sweat, tears, and money...into doing it the right way.

A tad melodramatic, doncha think?

I don't recall bleeding, sweating or crying into the process.

I do recall paying application fees though.

I got a papercut from my I-129F.

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We put our blood, sweat, tears, and money...into doing it the right way.

A tad melodramatic, doncha think?

I don't recall bleeding, sweating or crying into the process.

I do recall paying application fees though.

you didn't get the form that had to be filled out in blood while in a sweatbox filled full of cut onions? :huh:


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I carry a gun because a cop is too heavy.

 

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Do you feel it would be unfair to reward illegal behavior while there are so many people going about this process legally and get denied or how do you feel?

you do realize asking that on a (LEGAL) immigration site, the answer will be a resounding YES.

you didn't get the form that had to be filled out in blood while in a sweatbox filled full of cut onions? :huh:

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We put our blood, sweat, tears, and money...into doing it the right way.
A tad melodramatic, doncha think? I don't recall bleeding, sweating or crying into the process. I do recall paying application fees though.

I did all of the above and I absolutely agree. Here we are, doing (or trying) to do everything the legal way and some people still get turned down or have huge roadblocks in their way. It's just not fair.

That being said.....I have no idea how to fix the problem....if that's what you want to call it :wacko:


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06/08/05 -- I-129f Sent to Nebraska

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01/13/06 - Roy flies to Chicago

03/03/06 - Married

03/29/06 - EAD/AOS Sent

06/06/06 - EAD Approved

07/11/06 - AOS Approved - w/o interview

07/17/06 - GC Received....

I-751 - Lifting Conditions

04/01/08 - Sent to Nebraska

04/03/08 - NOA1 Notice Date -- Trans to California

04/14/08 - Received NOA1 in mail

04/14/08 - Check cleared bank

04/24/08 - Biometrics letter received

05/02/08 - Biometrics scheduled

10/10/08 - Card Ordered

10/16/08 - Card received -- DONE!!!

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People who knowingly entered the US illegally should have no chance at immigration to this country. People who entered legally but then remained illegally, well some of them didn't realize and that is a different story.

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We put our blood, sweat, tears, and money...into doing it the right way.

A tad melodramatic, doncha think?

I don't recall bleeding, sweating or crying into the process.

I do recall paying application fees though.

you didn't get the form that had to be filled out in blood while in a sweatbox filled full of cut onions? :huh:

:lol::lol:

People who knowingly entered the US illegally should have no chance at immigration to this country. People who entered legally but then remained illegally, well some of them didn't realize and that is a different story.

Ignorance of the law is not supposed to be an excuse.


Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.

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