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  • In order to denounce a criminal illegal immigrant who do you contact?

    My cousin who is an illegal immigrant just stole my cell phone and doesn't want to give it back to me where can I denounce him?

  • #2

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    • #3
      you are going to have your family deported for taking you cell phone?
      i gess family dont mean much to you!
      the punishment you are chosing is just a bit harsh dont you think?


      • #4
        You could always call your cell company and say the phone was stolen, they'll disconnect it, and go get a new phone. If you have insurance on the phone it wont cost anything. Your illegal grint cousin will soon enough be caught, you dont need to help him/her.


        • #5
          What an A.S.S.

          Call the cell company and report it stolen stupid.



          • #6
            The BCIS is not going to send anyone to arrest your cousin. But they may look into your application for permanent residence to see if you lied on your forms etc. Two more groups added to the List of terror groups...things that make you go hmmm


            • #7
              For $100 or $200 cell phone, you are going to report your cousin to USCIS; you never know tomorrow who you are going to need. It sounds rough to me.


              • #8
                And if it were YOUR cell phone he stole, what would YOU do? Maybe next time, he'll steal Arrobo's identity (that's the most common form of identity theft these days, among family members).


                • #9
                  I don't care if it's a 5 cent piece of Bazooka gum, stealing is stealing.

                  The question is, would he steal from a non-family member? If yes, report and deport him. We have enough thieves here already.

                  Notice the difference of opinions between a natural born USC and immigrants? I'm sure even Michael would agree with me on this one.

                  Deport illegal thieves.
                  Formerly Josephine Schmo


                  • #10
                    I'm natural born USC and I think him trying to get vengence over a phone that cost $50 is ludicrous. The costs to deport this guy, not to mention tying up the immigration system, while he files appeal after appeal, all these costs get shuffled onto the people who ultimately pay those fees, like other usc's who sponser more grints, or us taxpayors. How much do you suppose will it cost to deport him? Even one night in jail has already cost taxpayors most than the stupid phone is worth. I'm not condoning stealing and I seriously think this guy should get his eye's dotted, but deportation? insane


                    • #11
                      The price of the phone doesn't matter, it is the principle. And by the way tell me where you found your $50 phone, I'll get a carton of them!

                      A crime is a crime according to the law. Your personal appreciation of what represents a crimes is your "opinion" reporting the criminal, I am not committing a crime, I am responding to one.

                      Lastly it is not a revenge, it is justice. Revenge will be stealing something from him to respond to what he did or use an illegal method to retaliate.

                      Following your argumentation, you make me believe that criminals should be let out due to the cost they wage on taxpayers ( for your info USC are not the only one to pay taxes!!!). If your ideology prevails, our cities will be full of a certain population...I almost forgot, our taxes will be much lower ...insane!


                      • #12
                        Then call the police department, by all means. I bet you would feel much better if you dotted his eye

                        PS: If your child steals a piece of bazooka bubble gum from 7-11, lets also deport him - it is after all a crime !!


                        • #13
                          If I worked at 7-Eleven, I'd just bar them from the store.

                          A Dominican stole MY cell phone, I hope he gets deported. I didn't make a police report, because they all look alike.

                          If someone steals from family, they'll steal from anyone.

                          Deport illegal thieves!
                          Formerly Josephine Schmo


                          • #14
                            556 Washington Ave
                            West Hempstead, NY


                            • #15
                              Cell phone versus Family?

                              This is some b.u.l.l.s.h.i.t joke!


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