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Adriana Miranda leaned against the door frame and started to sob.
Her husband hasn't found steady work in a year. Then, on Friday, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed the tough anti-illegal-immigration law that will allow police to arrest illegal immigrants like her. It was the last straw. After seven years in Arizona, the family was moving.
"Yesterday, we sold our trailer," Miranda, 38, said between sobs. "We don't know exactly where. Another state."
Arizona's new immigration law is not so much about using local police to round up and deport as many of the estimated 460,000 illegal immigrants in the state as possible, said state Rep. John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills, it's about creating so much fear they will leave on their own.
Originally posted by Blanca Rose
reply to post by DaddyBare
How does an illegal blend in so well for 7 years that they can buy, and then sell a trailer? Who is notorizing papers without identification?
Not only that, if her husband has not worked in over a year, how are these people surviving?