Immigrants Leaving Arizona In The Wake Of The Enactment Of The Controversial Arizonian Immigration LawMay 1st, 2010 - 8:44 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work
May 1, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): A new law passed in Arizona is compelling the immigrants from Arizona to travel to the adjacent states of Texas and New Mexico. The Arizonian law, rather harshly, makes it a felony to be in America and in Arizona illicitly and instructs the police personnel to take action against such people. This notorious law doesn’t go into operation until August but it is already having an impact on the state’s illegitimate resident populace.
Julio Loyola Diaz, an immigrant, has divulged that he is leaving Arizona because nobody here desires to make use of him and he is facing trouble in unearthing work as a day manual worker.
The law is expected to encounter severe constitutional queries due to its ruthless personality. President Barack Obama has already expressed his disapproval of the law. Many Latino organizations, including their churches, have voiced that they will battle judicially against this allegedly discriminatory law.
Arizona’s Governor, Jan Brewer, has had to deal with disparagement, for formalizing the law, by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary, Janet Napolitano. Napolitano was the Governor of Arizona prior to Brewer. She quit her work in Arizona for a post in President Obama’s administration as the chief of DHS. Brewer has described Napolitano’s censure as politically provoked. In an interview in recent times, he vocalized that Napolitano is disregarding, rather nonchalantly, the state of affairs in Arizona with respect to unlawful immigration and the felonies perpetrated by some of the illegitimate immigrants in Arizona.
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- Arizona Governor Jan Brewer Calls Illegal Immigrants "Drug Mule" - Jun 28, 2010
- Arizona State Law Triggers Mexico Travel Warning - May 01, 2010
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