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Friday, March 26, 2010

Tres Anos Por que Regreso’ Re-entrada 5 years for re-entry


Crisantos Almazan-Ibenez vendra encarcelado por 69 mesas por que se re-entro de Los E.E.U.U. despues de se deportaron.

Crisantos tiene tres felonias, que hay crimenes serios.  Pero, no se tenia problemas con la lea hasta el ano 2004 cuando fue deportado.  Antes de este, no se tiene problemas serios hasta 10 anos.

Este caso es a decir que los que regresen aqui puede sufri consequencias serios.  A lo mejor, tengas cuidado que no se encuentras problemas con la policia.  Estamos en el momento de reform migratoria.  Los que estan aqui tiene su mejor oportunidad a convertir de residentes permanents y luego ciudanos.

La RIFA se vive, si se puede!

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - A criminal alien, who had been previously deported three times, was sentenced in federal court on Monday to more than five years in prison for illegally reentering the United States as a convicted felon. This sentence resulted from an investigation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Crisantos Almazan-Ibenez, 36, was sentenced March 22 in the Western District of Kentucky to 69 months in federal prison for illegally reentering the U.S. after being previously deported as an aggravated felon.

Almazan-Ibenez pleaded guilty to illegally entering the United States without obtaining the required permission from the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. Records checks conducted by ICE revealed that Almazan-Ibenez had been previously deported on three occasions. He was last deported to Mexico in April 2004 after serving a prison sentence for a 1995 conviction for attempted second-degree murder. He was also convicted of trafficking in marijuana in 2000.

He will be deported again to Mexico after he completes his five years and nine months prison sentence for illegal reentry. Reentering the United States after being formally deported is a felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison.

"ICE will not tolerate those who show a blatant disregard for our nation's immigration laws," said Ricardo Wong, field office director of the ICE Office of Detention and Removal Operations in Chicago. "This significant prison sentence sends a strong message of deterrence to criminal aliens who think they can treat our borders like a revolving door."

Assistant U.S. Attorney Randy Ream, Western District of Kentucky, prosecuted this case.

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