Report; Posted on: 2006-11-07 15:24:50
From NationalVanguard.Org The United States government is investing time, money and resources to deport a Swiss man and his family who are here legally and were on their way to gaining citizenship. The man owns a business, is a contributing member of his local commuinity and is not a criminal suspect. He embodies exactly what America should be looking for in immigrants. The same government who is deporting this man turns a blind eye to rampant lawlessness and an influx of Third World illegals across our Mexican border. They don't only condone this behavior, they encourage it. The double standard is incredible.
A Horn Lake [Tennessee] man and his family face deportation after immigration officials determined his business was not substantial enough to qualify him for permanent residency.
"We're faced with having to sell our home and our business," said Martin Enderli, a Swiss national who moved to Horn Lake after visiting in April 2005.
"Maybe we would have been better off if we had come in across the Mexican border, without asking for visas and trying to do everything according to the law," he said.
Enderli has been told he has from three to six months to sell his business and his home before being deported.
He owns Crossroads Records on Goodman Road. Crossroads specializes in old records, tapes and CDs, and has developed a loyal following among collectors.
Enderli said the shop has been growing in spite of the government ruling that the business was not substantial.
Immigration officials said earlier that Enderli's business plan didn't meet minimum requirements that would allow him to stay in the country.