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Thread: No handcuffs will be necessary, thank you.

  1. #1
    America is far too nice.

    Allowing us, here illegally to stay inside the Country and apply for legalization. This overt generosity has backfired, and ultimately does a disservice to both the Country, and the illegal alien. Letting immigration cases sit undecided for years, sometimes decades, hurts both party's.

    When I was denied (frontdesked) amnesty in 1987, I should NOT have been permitted to walk out the front door.

    I should have been handcuffed, arrested, finger printed, and deported. I'm not a martyr, but in hindsight I would have been better off, forced to live without this great Country 19 years ago, when I was much younger man.

    Some illegal immigrants are okay with no decision (no news is good news). I, myself, feel very disenfranchised, and truly feel uncomfortable being an illegal alien.

    The final decision in my case, has not yet been made. I WILL NOT, pack my bags after waiting 19 years, until I have a final answer.

    But this time, if the final answer is NO. I WILL GO WAY, on my own recognizant's. No handcuffs will be necessary, thank you. Enough is enough!

  2. #2
    America is far too nice.

    Allowing us, here illegally to stay inside the Country and apply for legalization. This overt generosity has backfired, and ultimately does a disservice to both the Country, and the illegal alien. Letting immigration cases sit undecided for years, sometimes decades, hurts both party's.

    When I was denied (frontdesked) amnesty in 1987, I should NOT have been permitted to walk out the front door.

    I should have been handcuffed, arrested, finger printed, and deported. I'm not a martyr, but in hindsight I would have been better off, forced to live without this great Country 19 years ago, when I was much younger man.

    Some illegal immigrants are okay with no decision (no news is good news). I, myself, feel very disenfranchised, and truly feel uncomfortable being an illegal alien.

    The final decision in my case, has not yet been made. I WILL NOT, pack my bags after waiting 19 years, until I have a final answer.

    But this time, if the final answer is NO. I WILL GO WAY, on my own recognizant's. No handcuffs will be necessary, thank you. Enough is enough!

  3. #3
    I should have been handcuffed, arrested, finger printed, and deported. I'm not a martyr, but in hindsight I would have been better off, forced to live without this great Country 19 years ago, when I was much younger man.
    You have a good point there

  4. #4
    unique, you sound such a very nice honest person, may I ask which country you are from and what kind of job do you do?
    Do you think you are willing to wait for anther legalization program that might get approved next year even though that program make the process last 17 years to be eligible for citizenship.

  5. #5
    Maybe the USCIS runs out of handcuffs. There's a short delivery from China since most of our goods are made in China. They can use chain on you...

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