Just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse, here’s a nice little piece about how the bad guys are taking over, little by little.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Tom Tancredo’s charge that Mexican drug cartels are buying up legitimate businesses in U.S. cities to launder money and using some of the proceeds to win local mayoral and city council seats for politicians who can shape the policies and personnel decisions of their police forces, has been backed up by a veteran gang investigator.
Richard Valdemar, a retired sergeant with the L.A. County sheriff’s department and a longtime member of a federal task force investigating gang activity, went beyond the charges made by Tancredo, the chairman of the House Immigration Reform Caucus who has led the fight to secure America’s southern border.
In fact, he cited first-hand experience in investigating attempts to take over seven cities in Los Angeles County – Southgate, Lynwood, Bell, Bell Gardens, Cudahy, Hawaiian Gardens and Huntington Park.
He also told WND in an exclusive interview that he has since become aware of similar efforts by Mexican drug cartels throughout the Southwest – in New Mexico, Arizona and Texas.
We are filling out the application for K1 visa, and one of the forms for the process is a FC-029 form, it is not listed on the USCIS web site, however, one of there doucuments refers to the FC-029 form but we have no idea what and where to find it. please help
hello guys, i am trying to get a VISA and i would want to get my juvenile record cleared...it was about a year and half ago when i was 17 when me and my friends were arrested for playing airsoft in public...but i was acutally never officially brought up to the court because...well i donno why but the cop felt nice i guess and didnt give the porbation unit the evidence they needed to convict me.
however, record is still live and so is my fingerprint record...so i was wondering if i get my juvenile record sealed and expunged, then will my fingerprint record be gone from my history and immigration office as well?
The violation of protection order is phone contact during the temporary order was pending. The person is a green card holder.
1. Will he be deported?
2. What kind of problem he will have during and after completion of diversion when trying to enter USA with his green card?
3. How will this diversion affect his naturalization process? Will he be inelligible to get the naturalization based citizenship because of this diversion?