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A federal court in Kansas has ruled that the adopted daughter of a now-retired Army officer — who missed a key immigration deadline for her while he was deployed to Afghanistan — will have to leave the U.S., her father confirmed Monday.


We simply cannot risk these potential terrorists, rapists, drug dealers and murderers making their homes in our country.

Plus, they don't have white skin, so . . .

SLL
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How does one go through the rigorous and complex process of legally adopting someone who is not legal? And if you do get to that point why would you not make arrangements, file for extension, reach out to the courts, etc. if you couldn't make the deadline, etc.?


Sounds fishy, more to this story I'm sure.
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why would you not make arrangements, file for extension, reach out to the courts, etc. if you couldn't make the deadline, etc.?

"he was deployed to Afghanistan"
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<<How does one go through the rigorous and complex process of legally adopting someone who is not legal? And if you do get to that point why would you not make arrangements, file for extension, reach out to the courts, etc. if you couldn't make the deadline, etc.?


Sounds fishy, more to this story I'm sure.>>



Federal courts are touchy about having their rules followed. Federal laws, not so much.


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Plus, they don't have white skin, so . . .

SLL

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YOU are obviously a bigot against white Americans.

Bean
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