Mexico Refuses Immigration Papers To Poor Salvadoran
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In a two-fold story, the Obama Regime announced that those illegal aliens from Central America, mothers and their children, will not be deported. It is olly olly oxen free for illegals from Central America. In the same story, Mexico decided that a similarly situated Salvadoran with Mexican citizen children cannot immigrate to Mexico.
Yahoo News by Associated Press July 5, 2014

US Activists Hopeful About Delayed Deportation

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Activists are pointing to the delayed deportation of a mother and her children as the kind of compassion they hope President Barack Obama will pursue in the wake of his announcement that he'll act on his own to address immigration problems.

Garland resident Ana Cañenquez and four of her seven children were originally ordered to leave the United States and return to El Salvador by March 21. That date was pushed back, and now there's no specific deadline for them to leave.

The extra time allows her to save money to afford a home back in El Salvador, both she and immigration officials say.

Advocates hope that kind of discretion is something Obama will expand.

"Many in the community hope the president will use more prosecutorial discretion," Proyecto Latino de Utah director Tony Yapias said. "It makes sense for ICE (the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency) to focus on serious criminals rather than to separate families or target people who keep out of trouble here. That is a wiser use of resources."

This gives lie to the claim by the Regime that illegal aliens will be deported. As confirmed below:

Jeh Johnson confirmed on Meet The Press that the Regime is doing nothing to deport the illegal aliens who illegally cross the border.

More interesting though, Cañenquez has had 2 children out of wedlock, which were with an illegal alien from Mexico living in Utah. Even more interesting is that Mexico will not give her an immigrant visa. Mexico does not allow unskilled and welfare dependent immigrants.

Her partner in Utah, a Mexican national with whom she has two children, won't have permission to go back to El Salvador with her, and she doesn't have permission to go to Mexico. If she returns, he will stay in the U.S. with their two children.

Note also that El Salvador does not want her Mexican boyfriend either. So both Mexico and El Salvador have immigration policies that prohibit the immigration of unskilled workers who will not contribute to their society. Imagine that, too poor and unskilled to immigrate to either El Salvador or Mexico.

Time for America to adopt this policy of keeping out unproductive welfare dependents.

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