Discussion in 'Politics' started by Steve_McGarrett, Jan 3, 2018.
How did your kind exist in the US? Unless if you are native.
Only pass tax cuts for the rich first; way to go, right wingers!
Haha...I gotta hand it to you Danny Boy...you definitely should win the award for the dumbest shit said over and over again.
“Our prisons are over crowded with rapists, let’s legalize rape at once to stop this absurd madness!”
dont hold your breath steve.....
Crossing the border without inspection is a civil offense not a criminal crime.
California here we come! Right back where we started from....
Those kids aren't going anywhere. After the midterms in November, Trump isn't going to have the funding to keep the lights on in the White house, much less for anything else.
He's going to become real agreeable after the elections, and that's if he hasn't already been impeached and prosecuted.
NEGATIVE Danny Boy....the CRIME of improper entry is punishable under both civil and criminal statutes. Try again.
For the first improper entry offense, the person can be fined (as a criminal penalty), or imprisoned for up to six months, or both. For a subsequent offense, the person can be fined or imprisoned for up to two years, or both. (See 8 U.S.C. Section 1325, I.N.A. Section 275.)
But just in case that isn’t enough to deter illegal entrants, a separate section of the law adds penalties for reentry (or attempted reentry) in cases where the person had been convicted of certain types of crimes and thus removed (deported) from the U.S., as follows:
(1) People removed for a conviction of three or more misdemeanors involving drugs, crimes against the person, or both, or a felony (other than an aggravated felony), shall be fined, imprisoned for up to ten years, or both.
(2) People removed for a conviction of an aggravated felony shall be fined, imprisoned for up to 20 years, or both.
(3) People who were excluded or removed from the United States for security reasons shall be fined, and imprisoned for up to ten years, which sentence shall not run concurrently with any other sentence.
(4) Nonviolent offenders who were removed from the United States before their prison sentence was up shall be fined, imprisoned for up to ten years, or both.
What’s more, someone deported before a prison sentence was complete may be incarcerated for the remainder of the sentence of imprisonment, without any reduction for parole or supervised release.
(See 8 U.S.C. Section 1326, I.N.A. Section 276.)
Entry (or attempted entry) at a place other than one designated by immigration officers carries additional civil penalties. The amount is at least $50 and not more than $250 for each such entry (or attempted entry); or twice that amount if the illegal entrant has been previously fined a civil penalty for the same violation. (See 8 U.S.C. Section 1325, I.N.A. Section 275.)”
WOW...look at all those lard loving baby factories.
We could be solving our budget woes, with a market friendly visa.
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