October 2, 2018
Honestly, the illegal dodged a bullet there. Being deported sounds much nicer than being married to taco mama here.
The boys at ICE are really gearing up their reign of terror. The media can’t help but report their hilarious antics every week, as they whine about those poor oppressed bean people.
There’s virtually no government service the invaders can use in peace now, with any contact with the government being a risk of deportation.
María Eugenia Hernández and her Nicaraguan-born husband, Oscar Hernández, went to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services offices in Miami for an interview about their marriage that they had been awaiting for three years.
The agency uses such interviews to confirm that the marriages are legitimate and that partners like Oscar have the right to try to legalize their immigration status.
The Hernándezes brought a small album with photos of their wedding and family photos, their marriage certificate and a statement from their joint bank account.
They have been together for four years, married for three, and Oscar is the principal wage earner in the family. So María, who is a U.S. citizen, expected that everything would be OK.
Then why doesn’t this bitch speak English?
Since when are we allowing people who don’t even speak the language to become citizens? This is nuts.
But during the interview, she was asked to step out of the office. Twenty minutes later, she was told that her husband, who had a deportation order pending from long ago, had been arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
That’s a message I can believe in.
Oscar, 42, who crossed the Mexico border in 2004 undocumented, has been held since then in an immigration detention center in Broward County. He could be deported at any time.
The sooner the better. Maybe rough him up a bit first, until he squeals and gives names of other illegals. I dunno. Seems like the thing to do.
“I went to the immigration appointment with a lot of confidence because it was an interview. I never imagined they would take my husband away under arrest,” María said of the meeting last Tuesday. “We are trying to do the right thing.”
That’s like if you committed a murder, and went to give yourself up to the police, and upon being arrested, you’re like “wait why are you arresting me, I’m trying to do the right thing here.”
The “right thing” for both of you burrito mongers is to go back to Mexico, or Nicaragua or wherever the fuck you came from.
Arrests of immigrants during the marriage interviews in USCIS offices is becoming more common in South Florida, according to attorneys in an agency that offers legal assistance to immigrants.
Immigrants with old deportation orders are following the procedures for obtaining legal status known as Petition for Alien Relatives and turning up for required interviews, but “some of them are finding that ICE agents are waiting to arrest them,” said Alexandra De León, an attorney with Americans for Immigrant Justice.
An ICE spokesman in Miami, asked about the Hernández case, told el Nuevo Herald that any undocumented immigrant facing a deportation order can be detained by the agency at any time.
Nothing will save you, beaners.
Remember this, spics.
The next time you go to the hospital, the next time you go get a bank loan, the next time you try to get your driver’s license – ICE will be waiting for you. And you’re going to be sent back.
Go ahead and call CNN to tell your tear-jerker story – it’ll serve as a good warning to your compatriots to stay in their shithole – we’re full and they’re not welcome.