The following is an excerpt from Border Report.
JUAREZ, Mexico (Border Report) – Despite the hardship of a 3,000-mile trip and the frustration of not being allowed into the United States, seven Venezuelan couples on Tuesday pledged eternal love to their partners in Juarez
Most have been together for years and made the dangerous trek through Central America and Mexico together. But what they heard at the border about the way U.S. immigration laws view unmarried couples made them decide to marry.
“I am going to apply for asylum and don’t want to be separated from my husband,” said Elicar Garcia, one of the brides. “God willing, everything will go well now.”
The Venezuelans walked, rode or flew to Juarez just after the U.S. on Oct. 12 decided to apply the controversial Title 42 expulsions to Venezuelan asylum seekers. (Continued...)
Always good to read anything you write. Happy Holidays to you and yours!
PS What ever happened to your lawsuit against the FBI for all the computer stuff...Forgive me its been too long.