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Thread: He’s a CA Student Body President and an Undocumented Immigrant

  1. #1
    One secret. That’s all it took to throw Cal State Fresno Student Body President Pedro Ramirez’s life into controversy.
    When the high school valedictorian was filling out college applications and his parents clued him in on a major detail of his life…he wasn’t a U.S. citizen. He was born in Mexico, and came to the country with his parents when he was three. HS-News

  2. #2
    One secret. That’s all it took to throw Cal State Fresno Student Body President Pedro Ramirez’s life into controversy.
    When the high school valedictorian was filling out college applications and his parents clued him in on a major detail of his life…he wasn’t a U.S. citizen. He was born in Mexico, and came to the country with his parents when he was three. HS-News

  3. #3
    Pedro's parents are solely responsible for his predicament.

  4. #4
    in othr artcles, he says he knnew for 4 yrs wen he wnted to join miltary. he also says he lied abt it.

  5. #5
    <span class="ev_code_red">Just another situation where an illegal is taking a position away from u s citizen AND undercutting wages or working for free.</span>

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content"> School administrators say Ramirez has broken no rules by running for president of Associated Students Inc., because he never lied to the college about his status. In fact, when he discovered his position came with a $9,000 stipend, he declined knowing his status prevented him from legally working or receiving federal aid.

    “He personally notified me and ASI advisers about his immigration status, and volunteered to serve without pay as president, since his status does not allow him to receive a paycheck,” said Cal State Fresno President John Welty in a statement.

    </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


    So step down and allow the legal resident to do the job and receive the paycheck.

    How selfish self serving to even have run for the position.

    Say no to dream act unless they serve 4 years military active duty.

  6. #6
    Call ICE:

    HSI:

    SAC San Francisco
    630 Sansome Street, Room 890
    San Francisco, CA 94111
    Main (510) 267-3800
    Fax (510) 267-3870

    ERO:

    630 Sansome Street, Rm 590
    San Francisco, CA 94111
    Phone: (415) 844-5512

    Hotline:

    1-866-DHS-2ICE

  7. #7
    he avised th school admin not th studnt bdy. he told only a fw clos frinds and hpd theyd kep his scret. yt he ran on a platfrm of trnsprncy.

  8. #8
    ...the term is ILLEGAL ALIEN. Pedro is an ILLEGAL ALIEN.

  9. #9
    it seems that mexicans suffer from chronic amnesia. Thank you Federale86 for the info.

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