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Letters of the Week: June 6- June 10

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  1. Jackson Reginald's Avatar
    What a bunch of propaganda. Let's have 2 sets of laws: one for those who try to get here legally and one for those who can sneak in.

  2. Don Miller's Avatar
    Re. Roger Algase's comments today on Brazilian visa applicants. He is right in much of what he says, in that the US should certainly be able to differentiate between those tourists coming to spend their money in the US and the "hoi polloi" who are coming simply to "better their lives". But the US, as always, tied in knots by PC considerations, would never sanction a two-tiered visa system whereby one class of apllicant is waived thru and the vast majority must go through the admittedly tedious visa process. Other countries sure, but not the US!
    Further, once again Mr A reveals his total lack of understanding of the realities of Latin America. Within one day of granting to Brazil or Chile or any Latin American country a blanket visa exemption, that country would be swamped by Mexicans, Salvadorans, Ecuadoreans, et al, all seeking (and getting)false Brazilian or whatever, documents, and applying as citizens of the visa-waived country. Sifting through all those cases would treble/quadruple the visa line workload and add immeasureably to the already massive burden those officers face.
    It is a bad situation for those highly qualified applicants, but given the endemic, top-to-bottom corruption that exists in varying degrees in every Latin American country, there is simply no alternative to the current system, other than perhaps enlarging the visa facilities and increasing personnel, but given the present pauper status of the US, how many Americans would be willing to pay ever-higher taxes to benefit a bunch of unknown foreigners?
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