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    Guatemala to Push for Immigr. Ref. During Visit by Envoy

    Updated May 02, 2010

    Guatemala to push for immigration reform during visit by top State Department envoy

    Associated Press

    GUATEMALA CITY

    GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — Guatemala's government says it will push for U.S. immigration reform during a visit this week by a top State Department envoy.

    The Foreign Ministry says "the need to implement an integrated federal immigration reform" will be a key topic during meetings with Assistant Secretary of State Arturo Valenzuela.

    Valenzuela arrives in Guatemala Sunday night. He will meet with President Alvaro Colom on Monday and visit El Salvador and Panama later in the week.

    Arizona's tough new immigration law has thrust the issue to the front of U.S. relations with Mexico and Central America.

    The last U.S. effort to overhaul the immigration system failed in 2007, and the issue had been overshadowed by the drug war.

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/05/02 ... -+World%29
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    Uh no reform, get ready to accept your compadres back bub.

    CIR code name for rewarding lawbreakers and no enforcement.

    We already said NO, enforcement works and we demand it.
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    Re: Guatemala to Push for Immigr. Ref. During Visit by Envoy

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas2step
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    GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — Guatemala's government says it will push for U.S. immigration reform during a visit this week by a top State Department envoy.
    Read that as an amnesty push by a foreign government.
    When will the sheeple wake up and start demanding that this country needs to clean house in Washington, and throw these lieng, thieving, unAmerican panderers out of office!! Get out and vote!!
    LW

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    Time to Rally in front of the Guatamalen embassy and DEMAND they remove and repatriate the citizens of their country that are here Illegally...

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    If the government is not careful, they are going to wind up with all payees and and no payors.

    With the transfer of employment from the private sector to the government in the past 18 months, with the governments "stepped up affirmative action enforcement and enforcement

    http://www.allbusiness.com/government/g ... 303-1.html
    http://www.allbusiness.com/government/g ... 145-1.html
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