Immigrant activists eye NM driver's license march
Tue, 01/24/2012 - 10:03
The Associated Press
SANTA FE, N.M.(AP) — Immigrant advocates are scheduled to hold a
protest at the Capitol over threats by New Mexico Gov. Susana
Martinez to repeal a state law that allows illegal immigrants to
obtain state driver's licenses.
A coalition of immigrant groups and religious organization is slated
to begin the protest Tuesday inside the Rotunda and then will march
around the Capitol.
Following the rally immigrant advocates are planning to lobby lawmakers.
New Mexico is one of three states — including Washington and Utah —
where illegal immigrants can get a driver's license because no proof
of citizenship is required.
But Martinez is pressing state lawmakers to repeal the state law over
Advocates said they would support a law that tackles fraud but not a
Published: 24/01/2012 9:47 By: Editorial LaCronica
Migrants attempt to cross by plane
The incident occurred about 14:30 pm when officers conducting patrols
near Imperial, California, and arrested three illegal immigrants
after they were left by a vehicle in the Imperial County Airport and
tried to climb Cessna airplane was waiting on the runway.
Mexicali, Baja California (PH)
Border Patrol personnel foiled an attempted smuggling of migrants on
the outskirts of the Imperial Valley.
Center Sector agents located a Cessna plane in which intended to
"move" illegal. The incident occurred about 14:30 pm when officers
conducting patrols near Imperial, California, and arrested three
illegal immigrants after they were left by a vehicle in the Imperial
County Airport and tried to climb into a Cessna airplane that was
waiting on the runway
The pilot was identified as a citizen of the United States and was
arrested for trafficking, while the plane was seized by the Border
From 2010 to date, the El Centro Sector Border Patrol has seized
four planes associated with alien smuggling.
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>> The young Guerrero will little more than three years in prison. A
little over three years in prison was sentenced Guerrero an
undocumented immigrant when he was found guilty of trying to re-enter
the country illegally, even though he had previously been deported to
Mexico for committing a series of felonies in this country.
The authorities of the Federal District of Tucson, Arizona, reported
that Israel Toyayo Morales, 20-year-old native of Iguala, Guerrero
was sentenced to 37 months in prison after being arrested by the
Border Patrol 24de last May 2011, near the town of Arivaca, Arizona.
During detention, he was subjected to deportation proceedings for, so
your personal data entered in the Integrated Automated Fingerprint
Identification (IAFIS for its acronym in English), which revealed
that in 2010, Morales was indicted Toyayo in the state of Illinois
for attempted first-degree murder, as well as use of violence with
After his imprisonment, Guerrero was deported to Mexico across the
border from Hidalgo, Texas.
Now, following the proceedings against repeat offenders, Prosecution
Unit, Tucson Sector Border Patrol, presented the case to the Federal
Attorney, who were commissioned to formalize charges against him for
the crime of reentry of a person with a criminal record aggravating.