The lights are on
Jose Muñoz came to the United states illegally 25 years ago when he was a one year old, and thanks to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, and Xbox Live, Muñoz is now an American citizen.
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program allows young children who came into our country illegally to apply for residency, but it requires that you prove that you have been living in the United States for the past six years. Muñoz was able to do this by showing the court his Xbox Live records, which included play time, games purchased over the years, etc., and the courts accepted.
Muñoz is now an American citizen living in Wisconsin, and he can thank his love of video games.
[via Yahoo Games]
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LOL! - That's flicking awesome!
Nice to see that gaming can help you solve your real life problems from time to time.
I don't understand why we have laws that help people who come here illegally. I mean, I guess this is for children but it still irks me.
Good for him. Seems like a clever man, using what was available ti him.