People who want to come to the United States may have to wait for up to 10 years. Obediently waiting for their turn, after having paid their exorbitant application fees, when they finally get here, they start the arduous process all over again of building a life as a citizen of America.
Back in the days, we didn’t have illegal aliens flooding the country. But now, there are more coming here illegally than legally and they are clogging up the generous welfare system. Illegals do so much more than just the crime of entering the country illegally and stealing identities in order to remain; they also have the tendency to commit felonies.
Fredy Mariony Alvarado-Calderon is such an example. Not only is he a repeat offender of entering the U.S. illegally, but he is also wanted in Guatemala for murder and attempted murder in 2016.
But justice has found him. Alvarado-Calderon was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents after being a fugitive in the United States.
Calderon had previously been removed from the U.S. after being convicted of multiple felonies in several states, specifically those in the Northeast region of the country.
The illegal alien’s criminal history dates back all the way to 2001, when he illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border near Laredo, Texas.
In 2006, Calderon was convicted of assault in Pennsylvania and of two other felonies in Trenton, New Jersey. After the convictions, Calderon was arrested by ICE agents and deported in April 2007.
Not that long after, Calderon re-entered the U.S. at an unknown location and was soon convicted of battery in November 2008 in Cook County, Illinois.
Currently, he is being held at the Howard County Detention Center in Maryland where he is expected to be swiftly deported for prosecution in Guatemala, reports American Daily Patriot.
This will serve as an example to all other illegals in U.S. that there’s a new sheriff in town, and their crimes will no longer be tolerated!
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