Mexico welcomes US Senate passage of immigration bill; says security measures are a concern

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  • Updated: June 27, 2013 - 7:28 PM

MEXICO CITY — Mexico is welcoming the passage by the U.S. Senate of an immigration bill that could offer a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants. But it also expressed concern that some of the security measures that form part of the reform could affect the relationship between the two countries.

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serfdumbJun. 27, 13 8:52 PM

Mexico praises US Senate immigration bill approval, while it enforces their own immigration laws. This reads like a story from the Onion. It added, however, that some of the measures "move away from the principles of shared responsibility and neighborliness." Neighborlieness would be keeping your own people in your own country and respecting OUR laws!

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jpcooperJun. 27, 1310:45 PM

Mexico praises this bill then asks the US for $205 Million in Foreign aid! Mexico should be paying the US $30 Billion per year for taking care of 11+ Million Mexican citizens!

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