Wednesday, June 16, 2010


This is a condensed version of the Immigration Laws:

#1. Ensures that foreign visitors and immigrants are in the country legally.

#2. Foreign visitors and immigrants MUST have the means to sustain themselves financially.

#3. Foreigners wishing to immigrate must PROVE they will not become a burden on society.

#4. Foreign visitors and immigrants must be of economic and social benefit to society.

#5. Foreign visitors and immigrants must be of good character and have no criminal record.

#6. Foreigners wishing to immigrate must be able to contribute to the general well-being of the nation.

The law also ensures that:

A) Immigration authorities will maintain a record of each foreign visitor and immigrant.

B) Foreign visitors will not violate their status.

C) Foreigners are banned from interfering in the country's internal politics.

D) Foreigners who enter the country under false pretenses will be imprisoned or deported.

E) Those who aid in illegal immigration will be prosecuted and sent to prison.

WOAH! A little harsh don't you think?

But WAIT! These are the immigration laws of the country of MEXICO!

Personally, I don't see what is all the fuss about ARIZONA.


  1. If anyone recollects, at one point you could not come to America unless you had a job lined up, family already here, an address where they lived, no mental or physical illnesses and renounced all loyalties to other powers / kings /sovereigns / nations / empires. At least, that's what it says on my grandfathers immigration papers through Ellis Island from Italy.

  2. California Penal Code 834b is very similar to the Arizona immigration law. So why all the fuss from city mayors in the State?