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The deportation of thousands of Mexicans every year has been going on for ages.

Marshall Price of Miami
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followed by the internment of Nisei in the early '40s.

And Issei, Sansei, Kibei, etc. Issei: first generation Nisei: second generation Sansei: third generation Kibei: of Japanese descent, born in the U.S. and educated in Japan

Show-off. What word was the commonly used one to refer to the interned (placed in concentration camps) Americans of Japanese descent during WWII?
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http://campusapps.fullerton.edu/news/2005/valenciana.html It was an attempt to save jobs for "real ... not have been legal residents or citizens of the USA.

The deportation of thousands of Mexicans every year has been going on for ages.

Care to give some real information? When did the US start to deport the Mexicans to comport with a law? How many were deported in the first year?
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The deportation of thousands of Mexicans every year has been going on for ages.

Care to give some real information? When did the US start to deport the Mexicans to comport with a law? How many were deported in the first year? Have you started learning yet?

It might help if he clarified what he was talking about. It is true that thousands of Mexicans are deported each year because they entered the country illegally. But very few Mexicans who have become naturalized citizens are deported at all, nor are natural born citizens of Mexican ancestry. Technically, the latter should not be called "Mexicans" at all; they are "Americans".

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Care to give some real information? When did the US start to deport the Mexicans to comport with a law? How many were deported in the first year?

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Care to give some real information? When did the US ... a law? How many were deported in the first year?


Yes, yes, we've already covered that sad period in this thread. it was an era when California also did its best at its borders to bar the likes of the migrant Okies from entering the state.

But the implication seems to be that this is still going on.

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Care to give some real information? When did the US ... deported in the first year? Have you started learning yet?

It might help if he clarified what he was talking about. It is true that thousands of Mexicans are deported ... are natural born citizens of Mexican ancestry. Technically, the latter should not be called "Mexicans" at all; they are "Americans".

Speaking strictly, relatively few of the Mexican citizens illegally in the USA are "deported"; deportation follows a Court decision and execution of an order of the Court. The greatest portion of those "returned to Mexico" are doing so voluntarily. If they are not charged with a federal or other crime, merely present after illigitmate entry or failure to depart according to conditions of a legal entry, an offer of voluntary return to country of origin is attractive, and the most popular option.
A second or subsequent apprehension is less likely to result in such an offer, but not much. Reentry after an official deportation is likely to be prosecuted at least as a "contempt" crime, especially if the deportation was as a consequence of a felony conviction in the USA.
Last I knew, one of the reasons for the high numbers of unconvicted aliens in Federal custody was that the individuals had chosen to have a hearing in order to avail themselves of "rights" accorded anyone standing on United States of America soil. I also knew that after thirty days or so of guest status, many of those found custody onerous enough to re-declare, a choice that resulted in voluntary departure. Others were granted release in the USA, pending hearing, on bond. They would not be able to work legitimately in the USA until the hearing's determination, nor could they apply for or receive government services such as welfare. Things may have changed, but I'd guess not much.

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It might help if he clarified what he was talking ... should not be called "Mexicans" at all; they are "Americans".

Speaking strictly, relatively few of the Mexican citizens illegally in the USA are "deported"; deportation follows a Court decision and ... of a legal entry, an offer of voluntary return to country of origin is attractive, and the most popular option.

Especially since the miscreant merely des a U-turn south of the border and tries again.
A second or subsequent apprehension is less likely to result in such an offer, but not much. Reentry after an ... least as a "contempt" crime, especially if the deportation was as a consequence of a felony conviction in the USA.

Apparently federal policy on this is in a state of flux. There are now hints of jailing illegal immigrants for trial to stop the revolving door. The jail keepers and prison wardens and federal courts in this area are in a state of alarm about that idea.

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