Friday, December 13, 2013 8:02:19 AM
Given her record, I would say knock the penalty down to a misdemeanor and give her the citizenship test, and all that guff. Once successfully passed, reinstate her career.
Thursday, December 12, 2013 5:47:52 PM
lol ReBoot - what you said is funny coming from someone in a country that would throw her out faster than we would. Hell at least we allow anchor babies, but Canada still deports them even if they're born there, unless at least 1 parent is an Canadian.
Perhaps you should be more of an agent for change up there. Loosen the rules up a bit, like in the US. Nah, if you did there`d be a flood of those damn Americans swarming up there steeling your jobs. Can`t have that.
Thursday, December 12, 2013 5:38:59 PM
It's easy to blame "mean old men" like me, but the villain here is the parents who set their children up for this kind of failure. All that work wasted. It IS her parents who initiated this situation. Not ICE, not State Government.
But, given her record I would not mind seeing her on a fast track to get legal status.