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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Asylum for Marisol Valles Garcia - NO!

Posted by Joseph Foster, author ‘’Destruction of America’’ subtitle ‘’Stand up for America’’
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Bob: greetings, I admire your courage for once living in Mexico and you were driven out by the high crime, fortunately you remain alive. In regard to your recent post on the same subject, here’s my take. Mexico's youngest police chief Marisol Valles Garcia, who fled to Texas after receiving threats against her life, is now seeking asylum in the United States.

Garcia, 20-year-old criminology student, hit headlines last year when media praised her for being the bravest Mexican woman for taking responsibility of a troubled border town Praxedis G Guerrero, which was plagued by drug violence. The town is located in Juarez Valley in Chihuahua State, where drug cartels fight with each other for lucrative smuggling routes into the U.S. On Monday, the local sacked her from the post for being absent. The term sacked is used in the UK in the U.S. it means fired from her job.

USCIS laws as to Asylum, the person seeking such protection must show that they will suffer persecution based on one of the following; Race, Religion, Nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion. MS Garcia does not fall into any of these grounds and as such her application will fail. Given the complexity of our legal system she may use the U.S. courts and that may take years for her case to be resolved, and when she fails the USCIS will have her deported back to Mexico, her travel expense will be paid by USICS. However based on my knowledge of the USICS laws she will in the end be allowed to remain in the U.S. permanently by marrying a U.S. citizen and claim permanent residence as a legal immigrant.

I remember during the debate in the U.S. senate regarding the Immigration reform bill which in the end was never passed and failed, it was argued that the Law gives you the right to qualify as an illegal resident and become legal, the Law was written in such a way that if one approach fails you have another approach, in the end every one qualifies, and for this reason the Law makers could not agree on the passage of the bill.

Ms. Garcia could change her name and move to another part of Mexico to escape being murdered by the Drug criminals, she choose the U.S. I believe for economic reason for in the U.S. she will enjoy a higher standard of living. I shall now digress from the issue of Ms. Garcia and address the issue of economic refugee.

Today we have over three billion people around the world that lives on less than $60.00 per month 90% of these people would love to leave their country and live in one of G7 countries. If the U.S. were to open its borders widely without any restriction, it could swell the U.S. population from currently 300 million to one billion within two years, and if that was to occur there goes the end of the U.S. Its name will remain the same, but it will be classified as a third world country, moreover it may even become a communist country by the voting process.

Now you may ask what will happen to those liberal supporters of open borders along the southern United States, and the mega buck boys and girls some of whom support cheap labor, many will live in gated communities; some may leave the U.S. and return to their ancestral home land.

America is the greatest country on earth but unfortunately its political system has now become mired in failure, it was said America love it or leave it, unfortunately many Americans now do not love it, and are leaving the U.S. by the latest count although not accurate there are now over three million American citizens that have left the U.S. some are renouncing their U.S. citizen and was told the waiting list at the U.S. Embassy in London to appear before a consular official to do so is one year.

As a U.S. citizen I shall forever remain an American citizen and hope one day a leader will be elected to turn American around from the brink of disaster. That leader may one day appear on the American political scene that will have the charisma and power that when he or she speaks all Americans will listen. -Joe

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