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  • #16
    Aliba wrote "
    if they want people who have proven that they will not follow the laws
    "

    I asked 10 legal immigrants how they obtained their green cards and how they followed American laws.

    3 out of 10 purchased green card 11 years ago from INS officers and paid him between 10K & 20K.

    4 out of 10 presented fraudulent documentation during their green card processing.

    2 out of 10 found an immigration lawyer who made up by himself fraudulent paper work to obtain a green card (fake diplomas, professional experience as cooks).

    1 out of 10 did it in the legal way and followed the laws to get his green card.

    The rest of my friends who were denied green cards were so naïve to follow the laws and that is why they are still here illegally because their true documentation was not enough for the INS to give him papers.

    The bottom line is if you followed the laws you are a looser now and you stay illegally but if you broke the laws you enjoy now US citizenship!!!

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    • #17
      And there you have it ladies and gents. Breaking the law is perfectly fine for Maria as long as it benefit her.
      "Why should I follow the law if someone else get away with breaking it??!!"
      Isn't that how your brain works?

      You're truly doing the illegals community a great service by making them looks like a bunch of selfish, greedy bunch who make a mockery of the law of this country as long as it benefit them.

      Oh well, we'll just take comfort knowing that any accident will mean more criminal charges against you and could easily mean deportation. Lets see then who would hire someone with a criminal record.

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      • #18
        You know, Maria, I've noticed that many of the immigration officers who are caught breaking the law, though by no means all, have Hispanic surnames. I wonder why that is??

        Regarding my earlier comment about "skilled" illegals--if no skilled American is available, then the company is able to justify bringing in an immigrant legally. The only reason for a company to hire a skilled illegal alien is because said illegal alien is willing to work for less than an American or legal immigrant, which is precisely the reason we have laws against illegal immigration.

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        • #19
          AliBa wrote "if no skilled American is available, then the company is able to justify bringing in an immigrant legally"
          Unfortunately this is not true. On what kind of visa? H1B is limited up to 65K per year and L1 is limited to intra-company transfers.

          100,000 temporary working visas issued last week is far less than 10 millions of positions filled by illegal aliens. No company hiring illegal aliens right now has any legal alternative to bring 10 millions legal workers to replace illegal workers.

          Why to bring 10 millions legal workers to replace illegal workers - it is much easier to allow illegal workers to retain their positions in US economy?

          Real Id without any broader immigration package including an amnesty for illegal aliens is just an insane idea of stupid far wing Republicans.

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          • #20
            First, the H1-B is not limited to 65,000.
            The INS actually issued 75,000 for last FY, and has been authorized by Congress to add 20,000 to the cap this year for people with advanced degrees from U.S. universities. Of course, the reason the industries are having such a time getting a higher cap is because jobs and salaries for Americans in H1-B dominated industries are going south, and actually discourage Americans from studying IT, engineering, and nursing. Nor are the "positions" temporary. Interesting, too--while the various industries push for more H1-bs, they don't push for more green cards, which means that those H1-Bs they do get have to wait longer and are indentured to their employers for the period of the application.

            As for 10 million or so illegal aliens--if you think companies really want to sponsor that many people for visas, think again.
            The attraction of illegal workers, especially low skilled ones, is that the companies don't have to fill out paper work, pay for filing, or observe federal wage and health laws. There was an amnesty 4 years ago, with 245i. Where was your employer, and all the other employers of illegals, then? They could have filed to sponsor their illegal employees then. The push for amnesty now is because it would give employers the large cheap workforce they desired (there are so many illegal workers that they compete with each other keeping wages down) without having to worry about getting caught and fined the way Wal-Mart and Tyson's were.

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            • #21
              First, the H1-B is not limited to 65,000.
              The INS actually issued 75,000 for last FY, and has been authorized by Congress to add 20,000 to the cap this year for people with advanced degrees from U.S. universities. Of course, the reason the industries are having such a time getting a higher cap is because jobs and salaries for Americans in H1-B dominated industries are going south, and actually discourage Americans from studying IT, engineering, and nursing. Nor are the "positions" temporary. Interesting, too--while the various industries push for more H1-bs, they don't push for more green cards, which means that those H1-Bs they do get have to wait longer and are indentured to their employers for the period of the application.

              As for 10 million or so illegal aliens--if you think companies really want to sponsor that many people for visas, think again.
              The attraction of illegal workers, especially low skilled ones, is that the companies don't have to fill out paper work, pay for filing, or observe federal wage and health laws. There was an amnesty 4 years ago, with 245i. Where was your employer, and all the other employers of illegals, then? They could have filed to sponsor their illegal employees then. The push for amnesty now is because it would give employers the large cheap workforce they desired (there are so many illegal workers that they compete with each other keeping wages down) without having to worry about getting caught and fined the way Wal-Mart and Tyson's were.

              As for "easier" to allow illegal aliens, yes, it's easier. It also says that laws don't matter, that cheating and lying are acceptable, and that, Maria, is contrary to fundamental American values, which is why we're the U.S. and Mexico is Mexico.

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              • #22
                First, the H1-B is not limited to 65,000.
                The INS actually issued 75,000 for last FY, and has been authorized by Congress to add 20,000 to the cap this year for people with advanced degrees from U.S. universities. Nor are employees of universities or research institutions included in the 65,000. Of course, the reason the industries are having such a time getting a higher cap is because jobs and salaries for Americans in H1-B dominated industries are going south, and actually discourage Americans from studying IT, engineering, and nursing. Nor are the "positions" temporary. Interesting, too--while the various industries push for more H1-bs, they don't push for more green cards, which means that those H1-Bs they do get have to wait longer and are indentured to their employers for the period of the application.

                As for 10 million or so illegal aliens--if you think companies really want to sponsor that many people for visas, think again.
                The attraction of illegal workers, especially low skilled ones, is that the companies don't have to fill out paper work, pay for filing, or observe federal wage and health laws. There was an amnesty 4 years ago, with 245i. Where was your employer, and all the other employers of illegals, then? They could have filed to sponsor their illegal employees then. The push for amnesty now is because it would give employers the large cheap workforce they desired (there are so many illegal workers that they compete with each other keeping wages down) without having to worry about getting caught and fined the way Wal-Mart and Tyson's were.

                As for "easier" to allow illegal aliens, yes, it's easier. It also says that laws don't matter, that cheating and lying are acceptable, and that, Maria, is contrary to fundamental American values, which is why we're the U.S. and Mexico is Mexico.

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