Immigration laws and domestic violence

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Thank you for your common sense approach to protecting women and children from domestic abuse. Sure we want our immigration laws to be enforced, but we don’t want to see women beaten to death by abusers because they can’t decide which is worse—a beating or deportation.

What am I missing here?  If people are here illegally and not seeking to become citizens, but are involved in crimes, domestic or otherwise, the process of deportation should not apply in case they are a victim?

Any moron involved in domestic abuse should be arrested, if convicted, serve the time necessary for supposed rehabilitation, and if not a U.S. citizen should be sent out of the country on the next available transportation!

Victims should be treated, directed through the steps of citizenship, which if not followed, they too should be sent out of the country on the next available transportation.  Become a citizen or take your problems to your own country!



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