The "patience" of illegals is wearing thin

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Oh, so their patience is wearing thin ? THEIR PATIENCE IS WEARING THIN ?!!!!!!!!
WELL TOO FUCKING BAD, MY PATIENCE WORE THIN YEARS AGO HAVING TO DEAL WITH POLITICIANS WHO WON'T LIFT A GODDAMN FINGER TO STOP THIS MOTHER FUCKING INVASION FROM SOUTH OF OUR BORDER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
FUCK ALL OF YOU ILLEGALS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Patience wearing thin

Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders
TUCSON, Arizona (AP) — Brenda Armendariz, her husband and their twoMexico-born children were hoping to resolve their constant fears of being deported after PresidentBarack Obama issued his latest executive orders on immigration.
But now that a federal judge in Texas has blocked Obama's efforts to protect 4 million more immigrants, her family is disillusioned and her children feel stuck as the president's offer of temporary legal status moves frustratingly beyond their reach.

About a third of the immigrants now living in the United States illegally would be eligible for temporary protection if Obama's latest orders are upheld in court, either because they were brought to the U.S. as children or because their own children have legal status in the country.

But the advances and retreats on reform have been so frequent over the years that many thousands of immigrants who are already eligible for protection have given up for now — they aren't applying for the work permits and Social Security numbers they are entitled to under Obama's first executive order in 2012.

There are a litany of reasons why, including general distrust of the government, fear they'll be deported, and the nearly $500 in fees it costs to apply. But the constant uncertainty created by Washington's political divide also keeps them away.

About 150 people have reached out to Arizona immigration attorney Lance Wells this week, reacting with bafflement, fear and dismay to the latest reversal, he said. His message: "Be patient guys. We kind of knew this would be coming."

But their patience is wearing thin.

Armendariz and her husband came to Tucson a decade ago with a son and daughter, meaning to stay just long enough to earn some cash and head home to the Mexican state of Sonora. Instead, they overstayed their visas and settled down. Those children are now 21 and 13, joined by two American citizen siblings: a 3-year-old boy and a one-month-old girl.

Like so many other immigrants, this family has "mixed status," and the mother, father and two oldest children didn't qualify for protection under Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, nearly three years ago.

With the goal of keeping such families together, Obama's executive orders announced in November would have applied to the older siblings starting on Wednesday, and the parents starting in May.






Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders - Yahoo News
 
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"Gee, I wish we had more illegal aliens living in our neighborhood".....


..... said no one ever.
 

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If you can provide sources for the declining rate of illegal immigration and the solutions with the fines, that'd be nice. Stop yelling and start to decide the problem. You have will, brain and hands, don't you. What are you waiting for?
 

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If you can provide sources for the declining rate of illegal immigration and the solutions with the fines, that'd be nice. Stop yelling and start to decide the problem. You have will, brain and hands, don't you. What are you waiting for?
The solution is hefty fines for anyone renting a home to or providing a job to, illegal immigrants. They will be wanting to head south real soon.
There are 5 rail lines crossing the US Mexican border. Set up detention/ relocation centers at the borders and send starving Mexicans a minimum of 200 miles into Mexico once/week. I'd even go so far as to have ICE foot the bill.
 

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Oh, so their patience is wearing thin ? THEIR PATIENCE IS WEARING THIN ?!!!!!!!!
WELL TOO FUCKING BAD, MY PATIENCE WORE THIN YEARS AGO HAVING TO DEAL WITH POLITICIANS WHO WON'T LIFT A GODDAMN FINGER TO STOP THIS MOTHER FUCKING INVASION FROM SOUTH OF OUR BORDER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
FUCK ALL OF YOU ILLEGALS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Patience wearing thin

Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders
TUCSON, Arizona (AP) — Brenda Armendariz, her husband and their twoMexico-born children were hoping to resolve their constant fears of being deported after PresidentBarack Obama issued his latest executive orders on immigration.
But now that a federal judge in Texas has blocked Obama's efforts to protect 4 million more immigrants, her family is disillusioned and her children feel stuck as the president's offer of temporary legal status moves frustratingly beyond their reach.

About a third of the immigrants now living in the United States illegally would be eligible for temporary protection if Obama's latest orders are upheld in court, either because they were brought to the U.S. as children or because their own children have legal status in the country.

But the advances and retreats on reform have been so frequent over the years that many thousands of immigrants who are already eligible for protection have given up for now — they aren't applying for the work permits and Social Security numbers they are entitled to under Obama's first executive order in 2012.

There are a litany of reasons why, including general distrust of the government, fear they'll be deported, and the nearly $500 in fees it costs to apply. But the constant uncertainty created by Washington's political divide also keeps them away.

About 150 people have reached out to Arizona immigration attorney Lance Wells this week, reacting with bafflement, fear and dismay to the latest reversal, he said. His message: "Be patient guys. We kind of knew this would be coming."

But their patience is wearing thin.

Armendariz and her husband came to Tucson a decade ago with a son and daughter, meaning to stay just long enough to earn some cash and head home to the Mexican state of Sonora. Instead, they overstayed their visas and settled down. Those children are now 21 and 13, joined by two American citizen siblings: a 3-year-old boy and a one-month-old girl.

Like so many other immigrants, this family has "mixed status," and the mother, father and two oldest children didn't qualify for protection under Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, nearly three years ago.

With the goal of keeping such families together, Obama's executive orders announced in November would have applied to the older siblings starting on Wednesday, and the parents starting in May.






Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders - Yahoo News
Who is paying them to work? Let's go after the people employing them so they go home. Theyre here for the job. Take away the job take away the reason to be here.
 

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If I could make $200k yr in Canada you couldn't stop me from swimming across the Detroit river.
 
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Oh, so their patience is wearing thin ? THEIR PATIENCE IS WEARING THIN ?!!!!!!!!
WELL TOO FUCKING BAD, MY PATIENCE WORE THIN YEARS AGO HAVING TO DEAL WITH POLITICIANS WHO WON'T LIFT A GODDAMN FINGER TO STOP THIS MOTHER FUCKING INVASION FROM SOUTH OF OUR BORDER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
FUCK ALL OF YOU ILLEGALS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Patience wearing thin

Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders
TUCSON, Arizona (AP) — Brenda Armendariz, her husband and their twoMexico-born children were hoping to resolve their constant fears of being deported after PresidentBarack Obama issued his latest executive orders on immigration.
But now that a federal judge in Texas has blocked Obama's efforts to protect 4 million more immigrants, her family is disillusioned and her children feel stuck as the president's offer of temporary legal status moves frustratingly beyond their reach.

About a third of the immigrants now living in the United States illegally would be eligible for temporary protection if Obama's latest orders are upheld in court, either because they were brought to the U.S. as children or because their own children have legal status in the country.

But the advances and retreats on reform have been so frequent over the years that many thousands of immigrants who are already eligible for protection have given up for now — they aren't applying for the work permits and Social Security numbers they are entitled to under Obama's first executive order in 2012.

There are a litany of reasons why, including general distrust of the government, fear they'll be deported, and the nearly $500 in fees it costs to apply. But the constant uncertainty created by Washington's political divide also keeps them away.

About 150 people have reached out to Arizona immigration attorney Lance Wells this week, reacting with bafflement, fear and dismay to the latest reversal, he said. His message: "Be patient guys. We kind of knew this would be coming."

But their patience is wearing thin.

Armendariz and her husband came to Tucson a decade ago with a son and daughter, meaning to stay just long enough to earn some cash and head home to the Mexican state of Sonora. Instead, they overstayed their visas and settled down. Those children are now 21 and 13, joined by two American citizen siblings: a 3-year-old boy and a one-month-old girl.

Like so many other immigrants, this family has "mixed status," and the mother, father and two oldest children didn't qualify for protection under Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, nearly three years ago.

With the goal of keeping such families together, Obama's executive orders announced in November would have applied to the older siblings starting on Wednesday, and the parents starting in May.






Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders - Yahoo News
Who is paying them to work? Let's go after the people employing them so they go home. Theyre here for the job. Take away the job take away the reason to be here.
Every employer from the corporation all the way down to the small time contractor should go to jail if they knowingly hire an illegal IMO.
 

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"Gee, I wish we had more illegal aliens living in our neighborhood".....


..... said no one ever.
I bet legal mexicans want the illegals out too. This is just the rich who want to continue hiring illegals using the bleeding hearts which may look big in a rally but really speak for very few of us. And I'm a liberal. They gotta go.
 

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fine. Let them all go to Canada then and take the money out of their economy.
 

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Oh, so their patience is wearing thin ? THEIR PATIENCE IS WEARING THIN ?!!!!!!!!
WELL TOO FUCKING BAD, MY PATIENCE WORE THIN YEARS AGO HAVING TO DEAL WITH POLITICIANS WHO WON'T LIFT A GODDAMN FINGER TO STOP THIS MOTHER FUCKING INVASION FROM SOUTH OF OUR BORDER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
FUCK ALL OF YOU ILLEGALS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Patience wearing thin

Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders
TUCSON, Arizona (AP) — Brenda Armendariz, her husband and their twoMexico-born children were hoping to resolve their constant fears of being deported after PresidentBarack Obama issued his latest executive orders on immigration.
But now that a federal judge in Texas has blocked Obama's efforts to protect 4 million more immigrants, her family is disillusioned and her children feel stuck as the president's offer of temporary legal status moves frustratingly beyond their reach.

About a third of the immigrants now living in the United States illegally would be eligible for temporary protection if Obama's latest orders are upheld in court, either because they were brought to the U.S. as children or because their own children have legal status in the country.

But the advances and retreats on reform have been so frequent over the years that many thousands of immigrants who are already eligible for protection have given up for now — they aren't applying for the work permits and Social Security numbers they are entitled to under Obama's first executive order in 2012.

There are a litany of reasons why, including general distrust of the government, fear they'll be deported, and the nearly $500 in fees it costs to apply. But the constant uncertainty created by Washington's political divide also keeps them away.

About 150 people have reached out to Arizona immigration attorney Lance Wells this week, reacting with bafflement, fear and dismay to the latest reversal, he said. His message: "Be patient guys. We kind of knew this would be coming."

But their patience is wearing thin.

Armendariz and her husband came to Tucson a decade ago with a son and daughter, meaning to stay just long enough to earn some cash and head home to the Mexican state of Sonora. Instead, they overstayed their visas and settled down. Those children are now 21 and 13, joined by two American citizen siblings: a 3-year-old boy and a one-month-old girl.

Like so many other immigrants, this family has "mixed status," and the mother, father and two oldest children didn't qualify for protection under Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, nearly three years ago.

With the goal of keeping such families together, Obama's executive orders announced in November would have applied to the older siblings starting on Wednesday, and the parents starting in May.






Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders - Yahoo News
Who is paying them to work? Let's go after the people employing them so they go home. Theyre here for the job. Take away the job take away the reason to be here.
Every employer from the corporation all the way down to the small time contractor should go to jail if they knowingly hire an illegal IMO.
But notice they got republicans mad at the illegal workers instead of the real criminals the ones paying them.

Again I don't blame illegal workers. I'd come here too if people are hiring. Not their fault.
 

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canada is more of a threat when it comes to illegals than Mexico. The border is more porous and the illegals are more dangerous. Have you heard of a terrorist with links to Mexico...every killer muslim terrorist attack has links to canada...yet we ignore that border.
 

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Oh, so their patience is wearing thin ? THEIR PATIENCE IS WEARING THIN ?!!!!!!!!
WELL TOO FUCKING BAD, MY PATIENCE WORE THIN YEARS AGO HAVING TO DEAL WITH POLITICIANS WHO WON'T LIFT A GODDAMN FINGER TO STOP THIS MOTHER FUCKING INVASION FROM SOUTH OF OUR BORDER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
FUCK ALL OF YOU ILLEGALS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Patience wearing thin

Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders
TUCSON, Arizona (AP) — Brenda Armendariz, her husband and their twoMexico-born children were hoping to resolve their constant fears of being deported after PresidentBarack Obama issued his latest executive orders on immigration.
But now that a federal judge in Texas has blocked Obama's efforts to protect 4 million more immigrants, her family is disillusioned and her children feel stuck as the president's offer of temporary legal status moves frustratingly beyond their reach.

About a third of the immigrants now living in the United States illegally would be eligible for temporary protection if Obama's latest orders are upheld in court, either because they were brought to the U.S. as children or because their own children have legal status in the country.

But the advances and retreats on reform have been so frequent over the years that many thousands of immigrants who are already eligible for protection have given up for now — they aren't applying for the work permits and Social Security numbers they are entitled to under Obama's first executive order in 2012.

There are a litany of reasons why, including general distrust of the government, fear they'll be deported, and the nearly $500 in fees it costs to apply. But the constant uncertainty created by Washington's political divide also keeps them away.

About 150 people have reached out to Arizona immigration attorney Lance Wells this week, reacting with bafflement, fear and dismay to the latest reversal, he said. His message: "Be patient guys. We kind of knew this would be coming."

But their patience is wearing thin.

Armendariz and her husband came to Tucson a decade ago with a son and daughter, meaning to stay just long enough to earn some cash and head home to the Mexican state of Sonora. Instead, they overstayed their visas and settled down. Those children are now 21 and 13, joined by two American citizen siblings: a 3-year-old boy and a one-month-old girl.

Like so many other immigrants, this family has "mixed status," and the mother, father and two oldest children didn't qualify for protection under Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, nearly three years ago.

With the goal of keeping such families together, Obama's executive orders announced in November would have applied to the older siblings starting on Wednesday, and the parents starting in May.






Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders - Yahoo News
Who is paying them to work? Let's go after the people employing them so they go home. Theyre here for the job. Take away the job take away the reason to be here.
Every employer from the corporation all the way down to the small time contractor should go to jail if they knowingly hire an illegal IMO.
Romney hired them and republicans voted for him.
 

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Oh, so their patience is wearing thin ? THEIR PATIENCE IS WEARING THIN ?!!!!!!!!
WELL TOO FUCKING BAD, MY PATIENCE WORE THIN YEARS AGO HAVING TO DEAL WITH POLITICIANS WHO WON'T LIFT A GODDAMN FINGER TO STOP THIS MOTHER FUCKING INVASION FROM SOUTH OF OUR BORDER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
FUCK ALL OF YOU ILLEGALS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Patience wearing thin

Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders
TUCSON, Arizona (AP) — Brenda Armendariz, her husband and their twoMexico-born children were hoping to resolve their constant fears of being deported after PresidentBarack Obama issued his latest executive orders on immigration.
But now that a federal judge in Texas has blocked Obama's efforts to protect 4 million more immigrants, her family is disillusioned and her children feel stuck as the president's offer of temporary legal status moves frustratingly beyond their reach.

About a third of the immigrants now living in the United States illegally would be eligible for temporary protection if Obama's latest orders are upheld in court, either because they were brought to the U.S. as children or because their own children have legal status in the country.

But the advances and retreats on reform have been so frequent over the years that many thousands of immigrants who are already eligible for protection have given up for now — they aren't applying for the work permits and Social Security numbers they are entitled to under Obama's first executive order in 2012.

There are a litany of reasons why, including general distrust of the government, fear they'll be deported, and the nearly $500 in fees it costs to apply. But the constant uncertainty created by Washington's political divide also keeps them away.

About 150 people have reached out to Arizona immigration attorney Lance Wells this week, reacting with bafflement, fear and dismay to the latest reversal, he said. His message: "Be patient guys. We kind of knew this would be coming."

But their patience is wearing thin.

Armendariz and her husband came to Tucson a decade ago with a son and daughter, meaning to stay just long enough to earn some cash and head home to the Mexican state of Sonora. Instead, they overstayed their visas and settled down. Those children are now 21 and 13, joined by two American citizen siblings: a 3-year-old boy and a one-month-old girl.

Like so many other immigrants, this family has "mixed status," and the mother, father and two oldest children didn't qualify for protection under Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, nearly three years ago.

With the goal of keeping such families together, Obama's executive orders announced in November would have applied to the older siblings starting on Wednesday, and the parents starting in May.






Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders - Yahoo News
Who is paying them to work? Let's go after the people employing them so they go home. Theyre here for the job. Take away the job take away the reason to be here.
Every employer from the corporation all the way down to the small time contractor should go to jail if they knowingly hire an illegal IMO.
But notice they got republicans mad at the illegal workers instead of the real criminals the ones paying them.

Again I don't blame illegal workers. I'd come here too if people are hiring. Not their fault.
Illegal = Criminal.

No, you can't blame them, but they are criminals...period. So are the companies that willfully hire them and take jobs away from poor white folks on welfare. And the trailer parks that they have infested and kicked out the white people with dreams of a double wide.
 

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Oh, so their patience is wearing thin ? THEIR PATIENCE IS WEARING THIN ?!!!!!!!!
WELL TOO FUCKING BAD, MY PATIENCE WORE THIN YEARS AGO HAVING TO DEAL WITH POLITICIANS WHO WON'T LIFT A GODDAMN FINGER TO STOP THIS MOTHER FUCKING INVASION FROM SOUTH OF OUR BORDER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
FUCK ALL OF YOU ILLEGALS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Patience wearing thin

Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders
TUCSON, Arizona (AP) — Brenda Armendariz, her husband and their twoMexico-born children were hoping to resolve their constant fears of being deported after PresidentBarack Obama issued his latest executive orders on immigration.
But now that a federal judge in Texas has blocked Obama's efforts to protect 4 million more immigrants, her family is disillusioned and her children feel stuck as the president's offer of temporary legal status moves frustratingly beyond their reach.

About a third of the immigrants now living in the United States illegally would be eligible for temporary protection if Obama's latest orders are upheld in court, either because they were brought to the U.S. as children or because their own children have legal status in the country.

But the advances and retreats on reform have been so frequent over the years that many thousands of immigrants who are already eligible for protection have given up for now — they aren't applying for the work permits and Social Security numbers they are entitled to under Obama's first executive order in 2012.

There are a litany of reasons why, including general distrust of the government, fear they'll be deported, and the nearly $500 in fees it costs to apply. But the constant uncertainty created by Washington's political divide also keeps them away.

About 150 people have reached out to Arizona immigration attorney Lance Wells this week, reacting with bafflement, fear and dismay to the latest reversal, he said. His message: "Be patient guys. We kind of knew this would be coming."

But their patience is wearing thin.

Armendariz and her husband came to Tucson a decade ago with a son and daughter, meaning to stay just long enough to earn some cash and head home to the Mexican state of Sonora. Instead, they overstayed their visas and settled down. Those children are now 21 and 13, joined by two American citizen siblings: a 3-year-old boy and a one-month-old girl.

Like so many other immigrants, this family has "mixed status," and the mother, father and two oldest children didn't qualify for protection under Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, nearly three years ago.

With the goal of keeping such families together, Obama's executive orders announced in November would have applied to the older siblings starting on Wednesday, and the parents starting in May.






Immigrants in US feel stuck after judge blocks Obama orders - Yahoo News
Who is paying them to work? Let's go after the people employing them so they go home. Theyre here for the job. Take away the job take away the reason to be here.
Every employer from the corporation all the way down to the small time contractor should go to jail if they knowingly hire an illegal IMO.
Romney hired them and republicans voted for him.
Not enough Republicans voted for him...besides, he wears magic underwear and thinks he will inherit a planet when he dies of mayonnaise poisoning.
 

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canada is more of a threat when it comes to illegals than Mexico. The border is more porous and the illegals are more dangerous. Have you heard of a terrorist with links to Mexico...every killer muslim terrorist attack has links to canada...yet we ignore that border.
They watch the border between Detroit and Canada and now you need a passport. I can't even go to canada. Fuck em I'll spend my money here.
 

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