El Salvador deportation fears rise with entry into force of Law Arizona.
San Salvador, July 28 .- The General Directorate of Migration and Alien Affairs of El Salvador today said he fears an increase in returns from U.S. with the entry into force tomorrow of Arizona law on immigration, and announced it has established measures to receive the Salvadoran affected.
"We are ready to welcome our compatriots who are repatriated and, therefore, we, darkfall gold for sale, have given the best care to both families who are like them," he told reporters director of Migration and Alien, Ruben Alvarado.
He pointed out that, although they did not want, is a "reality" that the deportations can rise to the application of this legislation, making it a crime to be illegal immigrants to enter, mortal gold, into force tomorrow, Thursday, despite a U.S. judge today blocked the most controversial of the law.
Indicated that increased staff of that office to receive the Salvadorans deported from the entry into force of the so-called law SB1070.
The official said El Salvador made a statement, through the American Organization of Migration, which condemned "this kind of legislation that is taking in America."
, cheap aion kinah, According to government figures from El Salvador, between January 1 and July 25 last were deported 11,126 Salvadorans, of which 11 102 were acting in the United States.
Migration statistics show that of Arizona 2142 Salvadorans were deported during that period, of whom 821 had a history.