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It might be helpful to note that the MexicanGovernment has explicitly stated that they're going to be using U.S. non-profits to push their agenda inside the U.S.

Then, it might be helpful to note that one of FIRM's members is linked to the Mexicangovernment, another has allegedly collaborated with that government, and yet another has an indirect link to that government (through a lawyer who has at least four links to that government including a joint venture relating to immigration).

Then, it might be helpful to ask them about things like this: usdoj.gov/criminal/fara

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