20 September 2007

There's a nouveau Sheriff in town

And he's got his own thoughts about keepin' the peace...

The French National Assembly has passed a controversial bill tightening entry conditions for the relatives of immigrants living in France.

Under the legislation, the relatives will have to prove they are solvent financially and can speak French.

It also includes plans for DNA testing of foreigners seeking to join family members living in France.
I can't wait to see what happens come Car-B-Q season.


RELATED: DNA testing is a double-edged sword

The United States already uses DNA to verify familial relationships for immigration purposes. Sometimes though, you don't get the results you're looking for.
-- When the DNA results landed on Isaac Owusu’s dinner table here last year, they showed that only one of the four boys — the oldest — was his biological child.

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