Certificate of Citizenship, again

RE: Camp Hill district judge calls immigration on two couples getting married

Friends have posted this elsewhere, but I’m also posting because it’s so very important. A young man, Alexander Curtis Parker, was born in Guatemala and adopted by an American family at 8 months old. Now 21, Parker showed up at a Pennsylvania courthouse with his fiancĂ©, to go before a judge to get married. The judge asked Parker for proof of citizenship. (Presumably because Parker’s skin is brown and he looks like someone born in Guatemala.) Parker explained he’s a Permanent Resident with a green card that’s in process of being renewed. Technically, though, at that moment, Parker was “undocumented” with his green-card status in process.

ICE was called. Parker was fingerprinted. On his wedding day. The miracle of the story is that ICE backed-off. Read the article for details.

Friends: Don’t let this happen to your Guatemalan-born child or children! If you do nothing else today, make sure you possess a Certificate of Citizenship for your kids. A Certificate of Citizenship never expires and is the only absolute proof of citizenship.

Thank you. The end.

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