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« on: July 25, 2013, 09:13:27 PM »

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Until 2011, when it passed reforms, Mexico had among the most draconian immigration laws in the world. Guatemala has criticized Mexico for initiating construction of a fence along its southern border.

Mexico has zero tolerance for illegal immigrants who seek to work inside Mexico, happen to break Mexican law or go on public assistance or any citizens who aid them.

In Mexico, legal immigration is aimed at privileging lawful arrivals with skill sets that aid the Mexican economy and, according to the country's immigration law, who have the "necessary funds for their sustenance" while denying entry to those who are not healthy or would upset the "equilibrium of the national demographics."

Translated, that idea of demographic equilibrium apparently means that Mexico tries to withhold citizen status from those who do not look like Mexicans or have little skills to make money.


Read More At Investor's Business Daily: http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorials-perspective/071813-664294-even-as-its-economy-thrives-mexico-encourages-its-citizens-to-leave.htm#ixzz2a6sUMWHK

I think the US should have a fence along it's southern border, just like Mexico!  Imagine, keeping illegal people out!!!

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