is there really a law sayiong illegals will be deported?
- DARLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yes, it just isn't enforced as it should be.
"this year, a 190-mile stretch of riverbank that includes the small border cities of Eagle Pass and Del Rio became a "zero-tolerance zone." If apprehended by the U.S. Border Patrol, illegal immigrants are prosecuted by federal authorities for a misdemeanor, sent to jail for 15 to 180 days and then deported. If they are caught illegally entering the country a second time, they are eligible for a felony charge of illegal entry and as much as two years in federal prison."
- 1 decade ago
when you get an answer i'll know too. Have this in my mind for quite a long time now. I think ther is but not sure.