It was the best the 24-year-old graduate student could do because her boyfriend, who was brought here from Mexico by his parents as a child, is an illegal immigrant and can't risk traveling anywhere identification is required. DTL Laura Enriquez wanted her boyfriend to get a taste of her Alaska vacation last summer, so she walked on glaciers in a pair of his shoes and held up his photo when taking snapshots of the scenery.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. My daughter would be expected to bring home her new boyfriend from the start. " until he gets his status strightened out rather than using her to do so and see how long it is before he's hooked up with some other US citizen? I like how the mariachi band at the wedding is adding insult to injury, LOL. Actually the question is: Would she be willing to sacrifice her family for an illegal? She knows where I stand and should know better than to enter into such a relationship. "See how happy you are when PACO is taking SIESTAS in his car that's parked on your lawn, with a flag on it that says "GO HOME GRINGO!
- zdan, CNN i Report producer In 2010, I married an undocumented immigrant.It wasn’t because I was fearless about the risk of deportation, naive to the fact that many see him as a criminal, or most importantly, because he tricked me.It was, as with most other marriages, because Rafael and I were in love and wanted to have children and spend our lives together.Nancy Guarneros, a 23-year-old graduate student, remembers how she was primping for a special night out with her boyfriend when he told her they were going to a club. "It's like, oh my gosh, how can you take me somewhere that requires government ID? " Guarneros recalled at a recent meeting students held in Los Angeles to talk about so-called "cross-status" dating.It isn't clear how many young couples are in similar relationships.