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Illegal immigrants who commit crimes face lesser punishment than U.S. citizens

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Washington Examiner [1]
June 25, 2013

The following chart published June 21 by the Federation for American Immigration Reform, a nonprofit organization that opposes liberalization of immigration law, compares the consequences for an array of crimes and discovered that while illegal immigrants might be exonerated and legalized, U.S. citizens and legal immigrants face years of incarceration or temporary expulsion from the country.

Illegal immigrants who commit crimes face lesser punishment than U.S. citizens FAIRchart

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[2] Obamacare, immigration reform may make immigrants cheaper to hire than citizens: http://www.prisonplanet.com/obamacare-immigration-reform-may-make-immigrants-cheaper-to-hire-than-citizens.html

[3] Obama refuses to meet border agents, invites illegal immigrants to Oval Office: http://www.prisonplanet.com/obama-refuses-to-meet-border-agents-invites-illegal-immigrants-to-oval-office.html

[4] Senate plan would deport illegal immigrants entering U.S. after 2011: http://www.prisonplanet.com/senate-plan-would-deport-illegal-immigrants-entering-u-s-after-2011.html

[5] 81 Per Cent of New Jobs In Texas Went To Immigrants: http://www.prisonplanet.com/81-per-cent-of-new-jobs-in-texas-went-to-immigrants.html

[6] Texas town vows fight to keep illegal immigrants from renting houses: http://www.prisonplanet.com/texas-town-vows-fight-to-keep-illegal-immigrants-from-renting-houses.html

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