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Arizona Immigration. Arizona Visa law

Updated on March 12, 2011

Arizona Immigration Laws.  Immigration law has never been such a hot button topic, a real barbecue stopper as it is right now. Around thousands of water coolers around America the topic of Arizona's recent immigration law is well topic of the day !

It is so easy to overlook the contribution that Mexicans's and Latinos generally make to the cultural depth of American culture. Why is seems only yesterday that Americans sttod alongside Mexicans to celecbrate the 1968 Olympic Summer Games

PHOENIX -- Arizona's governor vows the state's tough new law targeting illegal immigration will be implemented with no tolerance for racial profiling, but at least two advocacy groups were preparing legal challenges and Mexico has warned that the law could affect cross-border relations.

Gov. Jan Brewer on Friday signed into law a bill that supporters said would give police more powers to deal with illegal immigration in Arizona, the nation's busiest gateway for human and drug smuggling from Mexico and home to an estimated 460,000 illegal immigrants.

The law makes it a crime under state law to be in the country illegally. It also requires local police officers to question people about their immigration status if there is reason to suspect they are illegal immigrants; allows lawsuits against government agencies that hinder enforcement of immigration laws; and makes it illegal to hire illegal immigrants for day labor or knowingly transport them.

With hundreds of protesters outside the state Capitol shouting that the bill would lead to civil rights abuses, Brewer said critics were "overreacting" and that she wouldn't tolerate racial profiling.

social commentary

In addition there has been a lot of internet and blogging activity on the suspect. It is difficult to know who to follow on th issue. Michelle Malkin gives her usual Fox News approach here read this.  Fox News for instance  boasts that in a recent poll 65% of the population wants the states to make immigration law and not repeat not the Federal Government.

Apr. 23: Standing in front of law enforcement officers, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer talks about signing the immigration bill in Phoenix.
Apr. 23: Standing in front of law enforcement officers, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer talks about signing the immigration bill in Phoenix.

getting a Green Card

Arizona Immigration lawyers-So in reference to migrating from Mexico what is the process of getting permanent residency in the United States. The best place to srtart is the phone boook and look up iimigration lawyers.Sure you can do it oyuor self but the best way is to hire an immigration lawyer to solve youre visa and green card woes.  Sure you can try and do it your self. prepare your self for a lot a head and heartache.  Better still get an immigration lawyer. 
You would not try and pull out or fix a tooth filling yourself. You would go to a dentist.  The same should apply to getting a work visa.

Business Immigration

Business Migration-If you have sufficient experience and funds to operate business in Americ there are various catagories to streamline your migration to the United States,.  Again the best advice is to see a immigration lawyer or migration agent to address your particular needs.


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    • thevoice profile image

      thevoice 7 years ago from carthage ill

      terrific powerful hub read thanks

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      vrajavala 7 years ago from Port St. Lucie

      the law simply states the exact one at the Federal level. Mexico, with its Draconian immigration laws, needs to reform itself and take care of its won indigenous peoples.

      These are not the upper class, these are the indigenous (Indian) who are discriminated against, humiliated, in Mexico.

      Maybe the USA should adopt Mexican immigration policies.

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      Barry Rutherford 7 years ago from Queensland Australia


      I hope the new laws get striked out pronto !

    • msorensson profile image

      msorensson 7 years ago

      A helpful hub, Barry.