Phone Interview: Canadian Press and Mexican Parents
phone interview: Gama, born in the United States to Mexican parents, has lived in Canada for three years, according to The Chronicle Herald. But the family's case is complicated in part by a drug-related charge and guilty plea by Dio's father, Noe, that led to his deportation from the U.S. in 1997 and a 60-month prison term in Mexico. The Whalley Major Allstars, based in Surrey, B.C., will be without the 13-year-old outfielder after a federal judge ordered a review of the family's case last month. I think the issue is that his lawyers are advising that there's a chance that they wouldn't let Dio back into Canada if he goes into the U.S. Whalley Little League president Gavin Burke told The Canadian Press in a phone interview from B.C. on Tuesday. We're not positive that Dio has the papers to get back into Canada. So that's the issue. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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