RIO GRANDE, PUERTO RICO - MARCH 08: Jorge Garcia of Spain hits his second shot on the 17th hole from a bunker during the second round of the Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com held at Trump International Golf Club on March 8, 2013 in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
It is not fair ... It seems like since the beginning, the government has done everything the wrong way. If they were going to deny me (citizenship), they should have done it right away. Making me wait four years was not right.
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