Should we kick him out of the country?

United States
August 27, 2011 11:47am CST
Maybe people would argue, that is the law, and no one can break it. He is an illegal immigrant in this country, he should not stay. On newspaper, a Mexican immigrants named chacon chased down the criminals and stop the activity of child abduction in Texas. For us, he is a hero at the moment, because he stop the crime. He is not shame to admit that, he enter this country without a proper ID, and he married an American, plus the cost to apply for legal status just too high for him. I just wonder, should he give leniency? Or should he also be kicked out?
5 responses
@petersum (4526)
• United States
27 Aug 11
America has such a short history. You are all from immigrant families, not so long ago! Why the fuss?
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@Hatley (164652)
• Garden Grove, California
28 Oct 11
but our forefathers came here legally and became citizens, these illegal Mexicans broke the law and snuck in here illegally. yes he should be deported as the law is the law.All illegals should be deported as they are criminals.
@stanley777 (7177)
• Philippines
25 Sep 11
That is a really tough decision to make... since he did help the people in your country. Maybe there is anther way to really make him a legal citizen in your country so he doesn't need to be kicked out anymore. he's not even ding everything illegal.
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@inertia4 (27674)
• United States
29 Aug 11
Well he should be applauded for doing a good thing like catching a criminal. Also, since he married an american woman, she should automatically become a citizen. I think since he is married, he should stay here in the USA. Leave him alone.
@BLTLife (337)
• United States
27 Aug 11
The law states he should be deported. But we have messed up immigration laws. One of the things that makes America great is the justice we have. Not saying that there isn't any corruption. We need more people like this Mexican in America. Hard working people that help protect our society and our children. So this person has earned the right to live in America more-so than a lot of people that were just born here.
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• Philippines
27 Aug 11
Well, the law is the law. If he broke one of the laws then he should pay for it even if he did something nice for the country. That is one sad thing about it. This is real life, not some movie flick where everyone will forgive him for breaking the rules.
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