DREAM Act Students Push For Deferred Deportation Action

Posted on Wed, Aug 03, 2011 at 16:31 pm

On Huffpost today: profiles of two students who are in danger of being deported due to the failure of the DREAM Act and the lack of comprehensive immigration reform.

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Posted by Chandankumar on December 24, 2012 at 9:10 am

In response to realemarican.I totally agree with your point but that brings another question. What if those who followed the rules, those who are making everything by the book, who pay taxes, who did just cross the border or jumped into a raft, those who bring money and companies that have 50 or more employees and so what happens when an institution like INS does not work properly as scanning companies and people? I believe that this site as many other will never agree on this matter because most Americans don't know the process, don't know the laws, I speak on behalf on dozens that came to this country for many reasons, they did not cross the border, civilized people that fits within this society, in the other hand mos immigrants don't really know laws or ways on how to properly migrate, that's when an organization comes into picture, they need help, we as americans need to participate, not just talk to point, and we as immigrants need to adjust to the rules, something that most of immigrants do not like, well this is where you are, you need to stick to the rules, you don't like it, thank you and good bye, starting on learning a language, as basic as that.So you see, we need to cooperate in order to resolve this matter.INS is not doing their job, their denying visas and green cards with no bases to do so, after they've done everything they've been asked to , they've paid crazy amounts of money to get a green card and still, they've been denied.Please guys let's get real, we don't want 11 million to be legalized but something needs to be done.Thank you