Tuesday, July 27, 2004 - Illegal aliens shouldn't be enrolled in ANY colleges - Illegal aliens shouldn't be enrolled in ANY colleges

Illegal aliens shouldn't be enrolled in ANY colleges

Date published: 7/27/2004

What is it about the words "illegal aliens" that our politicians don't understand? Published Virginia legislative news indicates that Virginia Republicans and Democrats agreed that state colleges should enroll "illegal aliens," but disagreed on whether illegals be required to pay out-of-state tuition.

It seems to me the words "illegal aliens" should turn on a light bulb in the anatomical content of the cranium, thus sparking recall of the definition of the word "illegal," meaning "forbidden by law or statute; forbidden by official rules and regulations," and the definition of "alien," a person born in another country who has not acquired citizenship by naturalization.

Armed with the foregoing information, our legislators (state or federal) ought to determine that a criminal noncitizen should not be allowed to enroll in any schools, regardless of whether the schools are state or federally or privately supported.

An illegal alien is a criminal noncitizen, and the duty of school authorities should be reporting illegal aliens to the Immigration and Naturalization Service for deportation, and the duty of our legislators should be legislating to make it more difficult, rather than making it easier, for "illegal aliens" to abuse our laws.

Even though illegal aliens may have received a high school diploma in the United States, they are not here legally and should not be rewarded for criminal behavior since it will encourage only more foreigners to migrate to the United States without proper documentation.


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