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Old 08-22-2013, 05:46 PM
 
Location: Jacurutu
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So? There is a legal way to bring in foreign spouses and these people choose not to follow those laws.

Obviously there is much fraud in the system that lets illegals simply look around for some spouse after they've been living it up here illegally and don't want to return home. That's got to stop.
Obviously you're still not providing authentic sources to support your statements...
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Old 08-24-2013, 10:52 AM
 
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Obviously you're still not providing authentic sources to support your statements...
The very fact that these cases are issues.

There were laws in place, many people chose to abide by the laws, they didn't choose to come here illegally in the first place.

It's pathetic that these people think they're somehow special and shouldn't have to follow the laws that others are following. So if they have to go back home and start over the right way --- perfectly fine with me but they should not expect to be rewarded because they chose to break the laws. They're no better than those who always abided by the laws.

Yes, this case is an example of someone getting right with the law -- all good. After they finish the 10 years -- which is only fair considering he chose to break the laws in the first place, they can immigrate legally so there is no problem. The only problem is when they start thinking that because he broke the law and came here illegally, that he should now be awarded or given preference over all those who never broke the laws.

And Juarez is not exactly a hardship as the woman in this blog admits --- filled with nothing but friendly people who put out the welcome mat for them, way better food than she ever tasted in the USA, and everyone there works to live but the creepy Americans live to work.
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Old 08-24-2013, 12:11 PM
 
Location: Jacurutu
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...Yes, this case is an example of someone getting right with the law -- all good. After they finish the 10 years -- which is only fair considering he chose to break the laws in the first place, they can immigrate legally so there is no problem. The only problem is when they start thinking that because he broke the law and came here illegally, that he should now be awarded or given preference over all those who never broke the laws...
Ten years before they can apply for an I-601 waiver, which can in some instances be several more years. At least your not equating this couple to the marriage fraud you constantly allude on this forum. But it is reassuring that your pathetic fictional stories won't get the response Emily sees daily on her blog.

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...And Juarez is not exactly a hardship as the woman in this blog admits --- filled with nothing but friendly people who put out the welcome mat for them, way better food than she ever tasted in the USA, and everyone there works to live but the creepy Americans live to work.
Sheer paradise, and the Mexican military is coming back again for control...
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Old 08-26-2013, 10:33 AM
 
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Ten years before they can apply for an I-601 waiver, which can in some instances be several more years. At least your not equating this couple to the marriage fraud you constantly allude on this forum. But it is reassuring that your pathetic fictional stories won't get the response Emily sees daily on her blog.



Sheer paradise, and the Mexican military is coming back again for control...
And????? Mexicans elect their leaders, they put the PRI party back in control -- or do you think they're just stupid voters that don't know what they're voting for?

Mexico is not a dictatorship, they have democracy and less fraud in their elections than we have in the USA. Mexico actually has many freedoms.
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