Illegal Alien Trying To Go Through Correct Process Is Arrested By ICE And This Is Mean Or Something

We have another poster child for the illegal alien supporters, one who was just trying to do the Right Thing, you guys, as Jeff Gamage and the Philly Inquirer show their bias

Seeking legal status in America, immigrant grabbed in Philly by ICE and jailed

Let’s write that correctly: “Attempting to game the system, previously deported illegal alien in Philly picked up by duly tasked ICE and jailed.”

Paul Frame says his husband, Jose “Ivan” Nunez, was doing exactly what immigration critics always demand — “getting in line,” filing papers “the right way” so he could live in America legally.

Three weeks ago, the married couple were in the middle of an interview with officials at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in West Philadelphia, Frame and his supporters say, when ICE agents showed up, locked Nunez in handcuffs, and took him away.

He is now in custody at the York County Detention Center, where federal authorities frequently hold undocumented immigrants.

Frame is lucky that law enforcement rarely ever charges citizens with violation of federal statutes on illegal immigration, such as 8 US Code 1324 about sheltering illegal aliens. Anyhow, what we mean about “getting in line” is going through the whole legal process, not sneaking into the country, marrying a citizen, then trying to game the system

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said in a statement that Nunez had been previously removed from the United States in August 2010. People who reenter the U.S. after being removed or deported can be charged with a felony offense — although that can be rare. Nunez, for instance, was never charged.

What occurred in his case, his supporters said, is what commonly happens at the Mexico-U.S. border: Nunez was stopped when he attempted to enter the country, briefly detained, then quickly sent back. It’s common enough that people who are returned to Mexico often don’t even realize the U.S. government may consider them to have been deported. Many of them attempt to return within a day or so — as Nunez did, and succeeded.

ICE officials said in their statement that while the agency focuses on people who pose a threat, “all of those in violation of the immigration laws may be subject to immigration arrest, detention, and, if found removable by final order, removal from the United States.”

It really is that simple. Why is this so hard to understand?

Frame and Nunez met at a wedding in 2014, and were married in Chester County on April 9, 2016.

“He is the love of my life,” Frame said.

OK, then you can apply for citizenship in Mexico. They have a process, too. And will throw you in jail immediately if you violate it.

Frame described himself as scared and nervous over his husband’s fate. He can understand, he said, how people here without legal documents would be afraid to try to become citizens.

“I’m mad,” he said, “because we were trying to do the right thing.”

No, you didn’t. The right thing would have been Nunez going back to Mexico and applying for citizenship.

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One Response to “Illegal Alien Trying To Go Through Correct Process Is Arrested By ICE And This Is Mean Or Something”

  1. captainfish says:

    and he’s gay too? yeah, talk about a poster child.

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