San Francisco resident Francisco Villacrusis and his wife petitioned 13 years ago for their grown children to join them from the Philippines and keep them company in their final years.
But if Congress passes immigration changes now being proposed, Villacrusis has little chance of realizing his dream because the immigration service canceled the paperwork when his wife died because she had filed it, and the changes would invalidate any new petitions for adult children or siblings filed after April 30, 2005.
Amnesty is such a lonely word
The MSM is starting to take notice of what we've said all along: that while the Bush/McCain/Kennedy amnesty gives a free pass to lawbreakers, it gives a big F U to those who have been trying to play by the rules.
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