Collier nonprofits urge young immigrants to get papers in order for new policy

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"We're trying to get ahead of it," said Maureen Kelleher, an attorney with Legal Aid Service of Collier County. Full Story

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#1 Jun 23, 2012
And just who'll be paying for this plan? Taxpayers.

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#2 Jun 23, 2012
Really wrote:
And just who'll be paying for this plan? Taxpayers.
we will of course. this will start a new job market for fake paper work as well as a flood of illegal aliens.

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