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    Illegal alien working on N.Y. farm will be deported to Guatemala for third time

    Illegal immigrant working on Cayuga County farm will be deported to Guatemala for third time since 1998


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    By Jeff Stein | jstein@syracuse.com
    October 26, 2013 at 1:01 PM


    Auburn, N.Y. -- A worker at a dairy farm in Cayuga County will be deported from the U.S. to his native country of Guatemala for the third time since 1998, according to documents filed in the U.S. Northern District Court of New York.

    Ediberto Lopez-Juarez, 39, was sentenced on one count of re-entry of a deported alien in U.S. federal court on Oct. 11. He will be deported after serving 37 days in prison.


    Prosecutors argued that Lopez-Juarez should be sentenced to up to six months in a federal prison, fined $500 to $5,000 and given a one-year probation sentence. Judge David Hurd waived both the fee and the probation period.


    Public defender Randi Bianco said that Lopez-Juarez was in the U.S. to send money back to his family in Guatemala. Bianco said Lopez-Juarez has "no significant criminal history," despite a 1998 misdemeanor conviction on a battery charge.


    Lopez-Juarez only reached the third grade of school in Guatemala and had few opportunities to find work, Randi Bianco said. His parents and five siblings work as field hands.


    In Cayuga County, Lopez-Juarez worked at his cousin's dairy farm in Auburn, documents say. That gave him enough money to send $500 a month to his family in Guatemala and $150 a month in child support for his two teenage daughters in California.


    Lopez-Juarez pleaded guilty in court on Oct. 9. He spoke through an interpreter, though no transcript of the proceedings is available.


    Lopez-Juarez was deported from Phoenix, Ariz., on Jan. 25, 1999, according to federal court documents. Before that, he was arrested on Oct. 29, 1998, in San Francisco, Calif., and deported.


    The most recent arrest occurred on July 29. Law enforcement in Cayuga County found Lopez-Juarez in possession of a forged instrument, then notified border security.


    Federal agents had Lopez-Juarez transferred to a border patrol station in Oswego County. There, they used Lopez-Juarez's fingerprints to confirm his identity and previous deportations.


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    These sob stories are all too familiar. Somehow the need to provide money for the little ones bak home trumps the concern about illegals undercutting Americans. We can - and IMO should - help these folks. But it would be a lot less expensive to help them via foreign aid. Using foreign aid would also show our own people that our first concern is always for them.
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    As long as the story contains the words "and they were deported"

    they can tell all of the sob stories they want.
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