Cecelia Davis: Money meet mouth

March 5, 2013 

Money meet mouth

Your March 4 article regarding the “no lawful status” driver’s license makes reference to “young immigrants with temporary protection from deportation.” This doesn’t change the fact they’re still illegal aliens.

Those protesting the “no lawful status” license and any others who apparently believe all illegal aliens should have the same rights and privileges as citizens and legal residents, see form I-134. It can be downloaded from the U.S. Customs and Immigration services website. It is the “Affidavit of Support.” Readers can sponsor as many illegal aliens as they like. It’s a win-win-win situation. Those here illegally become legal, the taxpayer burden is lifted and readers, of course, get to take a stand for their convictions.

Cecelia Davis, Garner

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