Mexican president, Felipe Calderón, however, is not pleased with the new law and warns that he and the Mexican state will do everything in their power to protect their nationals. He defends Mexican immigrants in the US by saying, "
Monday, April 26, 2010
Arizona's New Immigration Law
Arizona has recently put into a law that its police are required to question the immigration status of anyone thought to be illegal - a drastic measure in a state not only bordering Mexico, but with one of the largest Mexican immigrant populations in the United States. Under the law, illegal day workers are subject to arrest and police departments failing to enforce this may be sued.