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Originally posted by SunIsSon
reply to post by jam321
Their parents were NOT legal Americans, so therefore neither are their children. Those children were just born here, they are not Americans. Being American STANDS for something. A lot more than just being born on the territory by a criminal parent.
Originally posted by illusive man
reply to post by monkeySEEmonkeyDO
isnt that how todays americans colonized America when the natives still out numberd them
the cycle continues, your all bloody immagrants or decendents of immagrants,
what percentage of americans can say they have anything native in them.
Actually, it has been an issue in TX for awhile now, along with said children attending school, illegals in school.
Not mention the strain on social services
U.S. citizens must be age 21 or older to file petitions for siblings or parents. There is no minimum age for a sponsor to file petitions for all other categories of family based immigrant visas. However, you must be 18 years of age and have a residence (domicile) in the U.S. before you can sign the Affidavit of Support, Form I-864 or I-864-EZ. This form is required for an immigrant visa for spouses and other relatives of U.S. sponsors.
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Originally posted by SFwife
In the State of NC it cost each tax payer over 50,000 for every illegal birth in the local hospitals .
That kind of stuff adds up
One thing some don't understand ,is that most ppl don't care about ppl coming here legally .There needs to be more security on the border b/c of the terrorist threat .
The National Guard sure isn't up to the job ...they aren't train for it ....period .
[edit on 8-8-2010 by SFwife]