Thursday, April 14, 2011



Note: interesting story, will try to follow it. Will they be
escorted to U.S. border? Arrested and deported?

Truck arrives with immigrants to the bus station
Comes escorted by members of the Federal Highway
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Chihuahua, Chih .- Agents of the National Migration Institute (INM)
arrived at the bus station facilities in the capital because they
received a report that a bus was carrying a group of foreign
nationals without the required travel papers in Mexican territory.
A few moments ago announced that it reached the bus terminal from the
south of the state with approximately 21 undocumented, according to
unofficial versions of the vehicle was detected when he arrived at
the bus station in the city of Parral, which was guarded by agents of
the Federal Police, Highways Division until they reached the capital.
So far no official information has been provided by the federal
agency, we only know that these people are from Central America and
wanted to get to Ciudad Juárez.
Among those arrested were two women, one of them appears to be a
minor, and with the group of men could be seen some children when
they were transferred into the terminal, where they were detained.
Another group was transferred to the facilities of the National
Migration Institute aboard a van which was escorted by members of the
EPE group of municipal police.

Report: Immigrant protesters will not be deported

ATLANTA (AP) — Authorities say a group of young illegal immigrants
arrested at a recent protest in front of the Georgia Capitol will not
be deported.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that federal authorities say
they've decided not to take action against the demonstrators, who
were protesting their lack of access to higher education during the
April 5 event.

A spokeswoman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement released a
statement to the newspaper stating that ICE was not taking any
enforcement actions against the demonstrators.
The group, made up of mostly students, sat in the street and blocked
traffic before they were led away in handcuffs.

Note: What's wrong with this one? He gets more time that the ones
supplying weapons and ammunition to the drug cartels.

Man gets 3 years for lying on citizenship form

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — A San Jose man is spending the first days of
a three-year prison sentence for lying on a naturalization form.
Hassan Abpikar was sentenced Monday after he was convicted in
November of making a false statement under oath on a citizenship
application and committing perjury during an interview with an
immigration officer,

Prosecutors say Abpikar failed to disclose on his application form
that he had been arrested on suspicion of burglary and other charges
a few days before he filled out his application.
He also gave a fake address.
Besides being ordered to serve time in prison, the 50-year-old
Abpikar was also ordered to pay a $5,000 fine.

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