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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

'Mixed status' tears apart families

Here is a heartwrencher, unfortunately it is a consequence of breaking the law of our land. Unfortunate for us that "illegal" no longer means "illegal." Maybe he can come back, especially if some group makes a loud enough noise upon reading the article.

From USAToday:
Deportation split Julie Santos' family in 2001, forcing her husband, an illegal immigrant, to return to Mexico while she and their two U.S.-born children remained in her hometown of Chicago.

George Santos had worked and paid taxes in the USA for 15 years but is barred from ever returning because he used false identity papers to claim he was a U.S. citizen.


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