Carmen Leyva Watson 
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Re: “Deported Father

Excuse me, PaulAz....I now know you are an illiterate , did you not read that I LIVE in Mexico City?....I can not understand why....your country will give 250,000 visas to KNOW ENEMIES of the USA, and not let some people from a friendly neighbor country, work honestly. I hope you never enter Mexico and break our laws, I will look forward to seeing you in a Mexican jail, where we will treat you according to your education.

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Posted by Carmen Leyva Watson on 11/20/2015 at 3:01 PM

Re: “Deported Father

On my comment before, I do want to emphasize that I live in Mexico City, have a very good life and if in my lifetime I get to have the residency, I do not need any of the benefits that your government gives, I have my medical insurance, life insurance, home totally paid for, and a very, very nice one it is. I would like to have my papers in order besides my tourist visa, so I can stay as long as I want. And come back, whenever I want. Life is good for me...I hope it will be for Cesar also. He needs his son, and be a part of his life. How many Dad's abandon them? and then the kids turn into a real problem, for the system. ....This is not the case, Cesar loves and cares for him, and has the upbringing of family first, family is what makes us be a part of our society in a positive way.

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Posted by Carmen Leyva Watson on 11/19/2015 at 6:34 PM

Re: “Deported Father

Hello, my name is Carmen Leyva Watson and I am Cesar's aunt. I live in Mexico City and just now I was reading your comments. Cesar is a great human being, that speaks perfect English although he does have a slight accent, payed his taxes and provided work for many people. He did however go short on his heritage. Jones Bradbury, my great grand uncle, has a monument for his services in the Civil War. ( Look him up in Google) We have more family in the United States than in Mexico. My grandfather, James A. Watson, of Irish descent, studied at Swarthmore University, having the best grades in his campus, and a close collaborator with Albert Einstein. Another uncle of mine, and great uncle of Cesar's, was Chief of counterintelligence of the CIA, James Jesus Angleton. Angleton's mother was my grandmother's sister. My father, studied in the USA for many years as a young man, and always worked for American companies, AMP, Pennsalt and IBM, amongst other's. He was raised as an honest man and a hard worker. We could have moved easily to the States anytime, -my parents were married in the States because my mother was born in the USA- but the opportunities for my father were of his excellent domain of the English language and his career as an extraordinary accountant. He also wanted better cultural opportunities for us, his kids, and we came to live to Mexico City. Where we have all made our lives worth while. My mother, raised us as american kids living in another country. Loving and respecting both countries. We always knew that we had the chance to live there or become citizens if we applied. Unfortunately for Cesar, My mother passed away in 1996 and she could not help Cesar. Cesar has a long story of honesty on his background, anybody can make mistakes, so much more when your young and do not the legal system in a foreign country. I understand that some of your comments are based on other experiences with undocumented aliens, but I do understand you do not know Cesar and the education he has received all his life, his father might not have been rich, but he did raise him as a good honest man. You should see him what a great father he is, his son is all that matters to him in this world, I do hope ICE takes this in consideration. Another thing, I filled for residency in 2001, because I wanted to retire close to my sisters in Tucson, I was approved in 2004, and STILL am waiting for my appointment with the ICE officers. So it's been 14 years since I applied, the legal way, have asked and it will take four more years for my date with Immigration officials. No sweat...I am 65 and might not even get to that date, it does not bother me. But.....for Cesar not being able to see his son and be there for him....that really makes me wonder if there is justice in this. I really do pray and hope that he does get his day in court. CARMEN LEYVA WATSON

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Posted by Carmen Leyva Watson on 11/19/2015 at 5:44 PM

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