On the day before election day, a new law goes into effect in New York. From that point on, people who are so-called immigration consultants can't collect until they make good on their promises. This is a response to thousands of cases--both reported and unreported-- of less than honest brokers who cheated newcomers, sometimes out of their life savings. In Arizona, a ballot measure takes aim at another kind of immigration fraud. People who've come into Arizona illegally--and who use state services -- paid for by, everybody else. As Julia Barton reports from Tuscon, not even Prop 200's proponents know what the initiative's true impact - or costs - might be.