There’s no process that exists for her to have become a citizen since she crossed the border. Veteran 3 things you should know about my spoiled husband. She had been reporting to ICE every six months but since Trump took office…she didn’t stand a chance.
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I know. But not everyone can afford the legal process. I understand both sides. Yes laws must be obeyed…but some people are in such dire circumstances that following the laws are more of a risk than anything else. I don’t know this woman’s circumstances when she crossed the border…but seeing as she is married to a vet and has American children and is no threat to anyone…seems to me something more humane can be done than to separate her from her family. Veteran 3 things you should know about my spoiled husband no that is not what I’m saying…what I’m saying is that once you’ve crossed the border illegally there is no process that you can go through to become a citizen. She had been reporting to ICE every six months since 2013. Yes…she broke the law. But crossing the border is considered a misdemeanour. So for that she should be separated from her family? Surely there’s another punishment that would be more fitting.
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well if it’s been happening since forever than that’s wrong and the media should have reported on it long ago. The punishment should fit the crime…a misdemeanour does not warrant separation from your family…especially since you’ve been a productive member of society, paid taxes and followed the laws ever since.
well not to say that your information is incorrect…but I wont bank on it. I’d have to do some research. But even 1500 bucks can be too much for someone living in poverty. Look, I don’t know this woman’s circumstances but since crossing the border is considered by the courts as a misdemeanour, why is it that people like yourself seem to think that maximum punishment should be applied? from what i read she had already been deported once and came back inside the time frame of a ban on re entry into the USA legally. she had been here too long to try to claim asylum and she should have been deported in 2013. odds are she will be back in under a year in the USA. So I don’t think anyone has looked at the story in detail…when she originally entered the US, as a teenager with limited English, she signed a paper that basically waived her right to apply for citizenship…in exchange for checking in to immigration every six months, she was allowed to stay