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You can breathe a sigh of relief, American Beliebers.

Justin Bieber isn't about to be thrown out of the country.

Not long after Bieber was arrested for DUI in January, a petition to have the singer deported back to Canada amassed over 100,000 signatures, forcing The White House to actually review this document, according to law.

Those at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue have finally done so, and no one there will be acting on what Drake Bell and company want any time soon.

"Sorry to disappoint, but we won’t be commenting on this one," reads a statement from the Obama administration, clearly commenting on the petition in some manner.

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Not everyone wants Justin Bieber to be deported.

Asked about Bieber's latest dust-up with the law - in which the singer turned himself into Canadian police to answer assault charges from an incident in late December - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said in a radio interview that we should cut the singer some slack.

"At 19 years old, I wish I was as successful as he was," Ford said. "He's 19 years old, guys. Think back to when you were 19."

Seriously. Who among us wasn't drag racing while high, attacking limo drivers and throwing eggs at our neighbor's home when we were 19?!?

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  • Justin Bieber with Tattoos

Ford has never met Bieber, but he has been met with his own challenges while in office over the past few months.

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Justin Bieber is featured on a billboard in Los Angeles.

For a local tattoo parlor? For a new album? For the Chris Brown Fan Club?

Nope. For MinimumWage.com, an organization that believes a raise in the minimum wage will discourage business owners from hiring, which will negatively affect the unemployment rate among today's youth.

Justin Bieber Billboard

Reads the sign:

"Why is Justin Bieber so sad? Could it be because 24% of teens who want a job can't find one?"

We're guessing it's because Selena Gomez has left him lost and alone, but hey.

The ad then states that "teen unemployment makes us all sad" and that "raising the minimum wage will only make things worse."

It's unclear whether or not Bieber approved of his visage being used in such a manner, but we strongly doubt it.

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Are you ready, THG readers, to play everyone's favorite new game: Pick Out the Immigrant... starring Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez!

With most of the political world reacting today to the Supreme Court upholding Barack Obama's healthcare plan, it's worth also noting that Rep. Luis V. Gutierrez (D-IL) took the floor of the House of Representatives yesterday and expressed his disdain for the Arizona immigration policy that, essentially, allows police offers to ask for the identification of any resident, merely based on his/her appearance.

"In Arizona today, all that stands between you and a legal nightmare is whether a police officer feels there is a reasonable suspicion to inquire about your country of origin. Yet, Arizona politicians will tell you with a straight face no less, that they can apply this law without using racial profiling."

Gutierrez then aimed to prove these folks wrong by posting several images of celebrities and asking Congressmen to determine which is the immigrant. Watch for yourself:

"The point is simple," Gutierrez concludes. "The idea that any government official can determine who belongs in America and who doesn't simply by looking at them is completely ridiculous, unfair and un-American ... and yet this absurdity is the law of Arizona."