Arizona: Illegal Alien Law SB1070 Works…Over 100,000 Illegal Aliens Leave Arizona…

Federal Law doesn’t seem to work and ICE and Border Patrol seem to be inept to the mass migration of illegal aliens from Mexico but, a law SB1070 passed by Arizona in March and set to go into effect Thursday July 29th is making a profound difference… see link for story…

Illegal Aliens sell up and flee Arizona ahead of crackdown…

This new law only affects illegal aliens who break the law and then and only after reasonable suspicion like no identification or domestic documents can be produced.

In this July 15, 2010 photo, Charlene Greenwood, of Glendale, Ariz., shows her support of Arizona’s new immigration law SB1070 outside the Sandra Day O’ConnorFederal Courthouse in Phoenix. As the days tick down until the Arizona immigration law takes effect, the state stands as a monument to the anger over illegal immigration that is present in so many places. The anger has been simmering for years, and erupted into a full-blown fury with the murder of a prominent rancher on the border earlier this year. The killing became a powerful rallying cry for immigration reform, but it does not tell the whole story about how Arizona got to this point.(AP Photo/Matt York)

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2 thoughts on “Arizona: Illegal Alien Law SB1070 Works…Over 100,000 Illegal Aliens Leave Arizona…

  1. I salute the courage of Ms. Charlene Greenwood. It’s sad that the President seems the cause of the division. The President obligation is to unify the country as one not to divide it. I thought Pres. Obama wants an immigration reform, then why he sue the AZ? If we will analize it clearly Arizona’s law is so little compared to Mexico’s immigration policies. But, Why didn’t they criticize the Mexican immigration policies. Does the President never thought of that. To make it more easier, why the President Obama didn’t try to send ordinary american citizen to Mexico illegally as a test. then see what will happen. Anyway, this lawsuit will not bring any better to immigration reform.

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