Miranda wrote:Why do people sign bits of paper stating that they're breaking the law and then wonder why they're getting deported?
The situation is such that they're "coerced" into signing it (e.g. you can't leave until you sign this paper). There's no "due process" as we know it in the West in these kinds of proceedings.
The other factor is that (surprisingly), lots of people do not know what it means to be illegally working. In other words, they don't realize that just because you have an ARC in one school, does not mean you can work legally in another school, even for a day. Apparently this concept is hard for some people to understand or they're too "used to" the way things used to be and erroneously thought that was the law.
Combination of ignorance and heightened enforcement is catching quite a few people unaware. This has been a busy month for the FAP (and us)