Checkpoint Immigration Policy and Illegal Immigration

Checkpoint Immigration Policy and Illegal Immigration -...

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According to the visa bulletin website visas are currently being processed for unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens from Mexico from July of 1992. So it is taking about 17 years and 4 months for these visas to be issued. A U.S citizen that is waiting for a married son or daughter to be granted a visa it is taking about 17 years since they are processing applications from May of 1992. Someone who is a farm worker of a construction worker and has no family that are here in the United States legally would have to enter illegally and then try to get amnesty granted under the Amnesty No. 2 -Section 245(i) Amnesty of 1994. The first idea that I find appealing is the law that the state of Arizona has recently enacted. This has been a topic that has created controversy throughout the entire country. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed what is being deemed as one of our countries toughest laws on illegal immigration. The main goal of this law is to crack down on illegal immigrants by persecuting them and deporting
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