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    Teen on Sesame Street was in the country illegally

    ublished: March 14, 2011
    Updated: 3:35 p.m.

    Teen on Sesame Street was in the country illegally

    BY CINDY CARCAMO
    THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

    The boy who made a birdseed milkshake for Big Bird as a tryout for "Sesame Street" ended up on the show for five years even though he was in the country illegally the whole time.

    Carlo Alban, a native of Ecuador, wrote a first-person account of his experience on Sesame Street beginning in 1993 in a Fox News Latino story. Alban, an actor and playwright, is now in the country legally.

    His character had same name, Carlo, and eventually got a job at Mr. Hooper's store.
    However, Alban had a secret the whole time.

    "I was an undocumented immigrant. The papers I'd used to get hired were fake," he wrote.

    He even participated in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, despite his legal status.
    Read the first-hand account.

    Contact the writer: 714-796-7924 or ccarcamo@ocregister.com

    http://www.ocregister.com/news/sesame-2 ... alban.html
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    "I was an undocumented immigrant. The papers I'd used to get hired were fake," he wrote.
    Why is he bragging about the unlawful actions now to the public? Possibly, he wants the world to know how he abused the laws in the U.S. as so many others are doing presently.
    When you aid and support criminals, you live a criminal life style yourself:

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    I Was Undocumented on "Sesame Street"

    By Carlo Alban
    Published March 14, 2011
    Fox News Latino
    Courtesy Miryam Alban

    In 1993, when I was 14, I became a regular on “Sesame Street.
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    We had counterfeit green cards, but we never showed the actual card. We turned in photocopies, crossed our fingers, and hoped it worked. And this time it did.
    It is never too late to serve prison time for past crimes and fraud. I read in the news two weeks ago a man were jailed for a crime he committed 37 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pisces_2010
    We had counterfeit green cards, but we never showed the actual card. We turned in photocopies, crossed our fingers, and hoped it worked. And this time it did.
    It is never too late to serve prison time for past crimes and fraud. I read in the news two weeks ago a man were jailed for a crime he committed 37 years ago. 8)

    Statute of Limitations

    Federal Statutes
    Statues of limitations are the legal concept that states charges must be filed against a suspect in a set amount of time.
    This helps protect the individual from ongoing harassment with no end in site. When dealing with federal crimes, there are several federal statutes that apply to statute of limitations.

    What is a federal crime and how do federal statutes come in to play? Several factors can determine that your crime is federal. In general, it is a crime that violates a congressionally mandated law. A federal crime can also be a crime committed on federal property. For example if you committed robbery on a military installation, you can be charged with a federal crime. Federal crimes are investigated and prosecuted by the federal justice and legal systems. Federal crimes generally hold harsher penalties that state laws.

    Federal statutes cover most violations of federal law. Federal crimes can include mail fraud or a crime that crosses state lines, such as buying and selling weapons illegally. The list is almost endless and they all have their own federal statute of limitations. Keep in mind that there are several crimes that are not covered by federal statutes of limitation. Major crimes such as murder do not have statutes of limitations.

    The field of criminal justice is complicated to navigate in any circumstance. When dealing with federal laws and federal statutes of limitations, it gets even more complicated. The federal court system is very large and very powerful. There are many different policies and procedures that are nothing like the state systems. In the event that you have to participate in the system as a suspect, an attorney is essential. A skilled and experienced attorney on your side will ensure that you have the protection you need.

    The harsher punishments that are dolled out in the federal system are another reason to make sure you have proper representation. If federal statutes have expired and you do not have the skills to determine that, you could do harsh federal time for a crime when you shouldn't be. Search for an attorney strong in the criminal justice field that has experience in with the federal statute system to make sure you have the protection you need!

    State Statutes
    Statutes of limitations are an important protection in our legal system. They are complicated and often times confusing. Pair that with the mammoth federal criminal justice system and you have a very complicated and intimidating system. Find out if federal statutes of limitations apply to your case by contacting a skilled and experienced attorney.

    Statutes of limitations are legal protections that ensure that charges must be filed in a timely manner. Each law has its own statute of limitations and these can include different state statutes depending on where you live. It can be a complicated issue and it is important that you have the proper counsel to help you navigate it.

    Why do we have state statues of limitations? State statute of limitation laws are for the protection of the individual. If cases were allowed to be held for an indeterminate amount of time, several issues arise. First off, over time, evidence can be damaged, memories can fade, and prosecution becomes unreliable. Second, no one should have the specter of past deeds (or suspicion of deeds), hanging over their heads. Limiting the amount of time a crime can be investigated ensures that an individual can go on with their life in a timely manner.

    State statutes cover various crimes and vary vastly state by state. Some common state statutes are for drinking and driving, where most states have a year to file charges against a person. Other common crimes that have statute of limitations include rape, domestic abuse, and robbery.

    Another thing to keep in mind is some state statutes have rules that allow the clock to keep going or to reset. Once such example is when a child is involved. Some major crimes do not have state statutes. These include crimes such as murder. These crimes can be prosecuted whenever evidence or witnesses are discovered.

    Legal terms and rules can be very confusing. This is where a good criminal attorney comes in. They have the training and experience to quickly analyze your case and determine if state statutes of limitations have expired. They also have the ability to contact the proper authorities and confirm that state statutes have expired and the case must be dropped.

    There are countless details that determine if a state statute covers a certain crime, when the clock actually starts ticking, whether or not there are rules that can extend the state statute, and various other rules that can affect the state statutes. Making sure you have a good criminal attorney on your side can make sure these details do not get lost.

    Navigating the legal system can be a challenge for anyone. With proper counsel you can get the fair treatment you deserve and determine all of the state statutes that apply to your case. An attorney will help make sure you get all the rights you deserve when dealing with the criminal justice system.

    http://www.resource4criminallaw.com/sta ... tions.html
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    These people have ZERO respect for this country our or laws! They have no fear at all of being held accountable for their criminal actions! They're making a mockery of this country and our so called immigration laws and shoving it in our faces! If this is not an invasion then I do not know what else to call it!

    It's unbelievable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDoe2
    Quote Originally Posted by Pisces_2010
    We had counterfeit green cards, but we never showed the actual card. We turned in photocopies, crossed our fingers, and hoped it worked. And this time it did.
    It is never too late to serve prison time for past crimes and fraud. I read in the news two weeks ago a man were jailed for a crime he committed 37 years ago.

    Statute of Limitations

    Federal Statutes
    Statues of limitations are the legal concept that states charges must be filed against a suspect in a set amount of time.
    This helps protect the individual from ongoing harassment with no end in site. When dealing with federal crimes, there are several federal statutes that apply to statute of limitations.

    What is a federal crime and how do federal statutes come in to play? Several factors can determine that your crime is federal. In general, it is a crime that violates a congressionally mandated law. A federal crime can also be a crime committed on federal property. For example if you committed robbery on a military installation, you can be charged with a federal crime. Federal crimes are investigated and prosecuted by the federal justice and legal systems. Federal crimes generally hold harsher penalties that state laws.

    Federal statutes cover most violations of federal law. Federal crimes can include mail fraud or a crime that crosses state lines, such as buying and selling weapons illegally. The list is almost endless and they all have their own federal statute of limitations. Keep in mind that there are several crimes that are not covered by federal statutes of limitation. Major crimes such as murder do not have statutes of limitations.

    The field of criminal justice is complicated to navigate in any circumstance. When dealing with federal laws and federal statutes of limitations, it gets even more complicated. The federal court system is very large and very powerful. There are many different policies and procedures that are nothing like the state systems. In the event that you have to participate in the system as a suspect, an attorney is essential. A skilled and experienced attorney on your side will ensure that you have the protection you need.

    The harsher punishments that are dolled out in the federal system are another reason to make sure you have proper representation. If federal statutes have expired and you do not have the skills to determine that, you could do harsh federal time for a crime when you shouldn't be. Search for an attorney strong in the criminal justice field that has experience in with the federal statute system to make sure you have the protection you need!

    State Statutes
    Statutes of limitations are an important protection in our legal system. They are complicated and often times confusing. Pair that with the mammoth federal criminal justice system and you have a very complicated and intimidating system. Find out if federal statutes of limitations apply to your case by contacting a skilled and experienced attorney.

    Statutes of limitations are legal protections that ensure that charges must be filed in a timely manner. Each law has its own statute of limitations and these can include different state statutes depending on where you live. It can be a complicated issue and it is important that you have the proper counsel to help you navigate it.

    Why do we have state statues of limitations? State statute of limitation laws are for the protection of the individual. If cases were allowed to be held for an indeterminate amount of time, several issues arise. First off, over time, evidence can be damaged, memories can fade, and prosecution becomes unreliable. Second, no one should have the specter of past deeds (or suspicion of deeds), hanging over their heads. Limiting the amount of time a crime can be investigated ensures that an individual can go on with their life in a timely manner.

    State statutes cover various crimes and vary vastly state by state. Some common state statutes are for drinking and driving, where most states have a year to file charges against a person. Other common crimes that have statute of limitations include rape, domestic abuse, and robbery.

    Another thing to keep in mind is some state statutes have rules that allow the clock to keep going or to reset. Once such example is when a child is involved. Some major crimes do not have state statutes. These include crimes such as murder. These crimes can be prosecuted whenever evidence or witnesses are discovered.

    Legal terms and rules can be very confusing. This is where a good criminal attorney comes in. They have the training and experience to quickly analyze your case and determine if state statutes of limitations have expired. They also have the ability to contact the proper authorities and confirm that state statutes have expired and the case must be dropped.

    There are countless details that determine if a state statute covers a certain crime, when the clock actually starts ticking, whether or not there are rules that can extend the state statute, and various other rules that can affect the state statutes. Making sure you have a good criminal attorney on your side can make sure these details do not get lost.

    Navigating the legal system can be a challenge for anyone. With proper counsel you can get the fair treatment you deserve and determine all of the state statutes that apply to your case. An attorney will help make sure you get all the rights you deserve when dealing with the criminal justice system.

    http://www.resource4criminallaw.com/sta ... tions.html
    Sometimes laws are broken, as we all are aware of John.
    When you aid and support criminals, you live a criminal life style yourself:

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    that kid took a good paying acting job away from a latino AMERICAN who are poorly represented in TV and the media !!!!! what an outrage!!!!!!!!!!!!

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