important aspects, which effect new Laws:
the Mexican government to provide a mandatory pre-immigration
exam for their temporary workers and families -Nor are regulatory
agencies given accurate data of Mexico's current disease out-breaks!
must be required by the immigrant's county of
citizenship, and must match the
current outbreak lists, for that country!
organizations, to shield immigrant student's
inoculation’s records from schools;
within the Supreme Court ruling-
[1982 -Plyer vs. Doe-(24!)
America's Medicaid - (as signed by the President on Feb. 8th)
Recipients must show prove of US citizenship via passports,
birth certificates, or other documents...
worker’s health screen to ensure a lack of exposure to:
antibiotic resistant TB, mumps,
Hansen's disease, leprosy; Diseases that were
(and still are) found in Mexico, and have now moved
into Border States of Texas, New Mexico, California,
and Arizona ?
given for illnesses/conditions that do not require them.
in Latino Community
children in American schools!
found it unconstitutional based on the violation of the equal
protection clause of the 14th Amendment to deny illegal aliens
a K-12 education..Most Mexico's illegal immigrants do not get
screened under the age of 15... They slip under the radar!
ruling (Plyer vs. Doe) to shield undocumented students
from revealing their inoculations records:
for medical or religious reasons); (24) (PDF file) read full exemptions: now!
immigration, please visit thew following groups (below).
euphoricrealitynet at gmail dot com.