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The first rule of immigration, no matter where you are in the world, is “if you’re not a citizen of a country, do not break that country’s laws.
Granted, you probably shouldn’t break the law in any event, but if you’re a citizen, you can at least weigh the pros and cons of whether the penalty for the punishment is worth the benefit gained from the crime, as anyone who’s ever spent a night in the drunk tank but got a great story out of it knows.
Lines - Idiots - Sports - Fields - Security
Along those lines, you occasionally get idiots on professional sports fields who run around stark naked, get tackled by security, plead guilty to a misdemeanor and become legends in their own minds.
Problem - Streaker - US - Citizen - Deportation
The problem here is that the streaker is an Irish national, not a U.S. citizen, and now he’s potentially facing deportation proceedings.
The Irishman in question lives in Vancouver full time, but because of the way U.S. immigration law works, he’s likely to be deported not to his country of residence but to his country of origin.
Home - Canada - Admonition - South - Border
So he doesn’t just get to go back home to Canada with an admonition not to try to come back south of the border.
Should the streaker be deported to Ireland instead of Canada?
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