Girl Outs Mother's Citizenship Status During First Lady's School Visit

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    God I wish these poor(not literally) children didn't have to go through this but their parents broke the law(entering the States illegally) and for that they have to be deported. We can't pick the laws to follow...
     
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    Actually, you should have said that we shouldn't pick the laws to follow. Because as far as Illegals go Washington has been ignoring most of the laws.
     
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    My first thoughts were if I had lied on a form to go to a school outside my town area, the school would have to boot my kid out. Then I started to think, did the mom of this kid lie on a form? Is there a form at the school that asks about immigration status?

    Say there is a form about immigration status. Isn't there a law demanding people send small children to school?

    If both are true, we have competing laws.
     
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    Was she under oath?

    They could just say she misspoke.
     
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    seriously, do you hear what people are saying? It is an interesting real case scenario that is testing people's knowledge of the issues as well as their ethics and morality.
     
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    If the child was born in the US she is a citizen cannot be deported. If the parents are deported they have a choice of: 1) taking the child with them, 2) leaving her with relatives or friends or, 3) putting her in foster care.
     
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    I'm all about getting rid of the illegals but damn this is the other side. Breaks my heart! I wish their parents took the proper way to becoming a proper citizens.
     
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    Yeah, but who says the school or ICE cares? I was listening to conversations about responsibilities and priorities. You are only stating the obvious choices given one outcome. thanks for the obvious.
     

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