On October 7, 2013 California Governor Jerry Brown signed a state bill prohibiting law-enforcement officials from detaining an individual on the basis of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement hold after that person becomes eligible for release, unless he or she has been charged with or convicted of certain crimes, including violent felonies.
I believe that those convicted of violent crimes no matter the citizenship should be arrested. However, people going through the naturalization process should be set back or given some sort of punishment equal to whatever crime they've committed.
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I think illegal immigrants should be turned over to federal authorities if they have committed a crime but I do not think they should be automatically deported, I think a chance should be granted for them to gain citizenship if they please.
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