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More than 600,000 American children born to Mexican nationals are living in Mexico

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Feb 13, 2019
Even though they have the right to return to the U.S., they may not know it, a California Sunday reporter says.
Dusk falls over a section of the U.S.-Mexico border fence near Campo, California.
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U.S. decision would hit families’ pocketbooks in El Salvador

by Associated Press Jan 10, 2018
The Trump administration is ending temporary protected status for nearly 200,000 Salvadorans.
 A mother and child, 3, from El Salvador await transport to a processing center for undocumented immigrants after they crossed the Rio Grande into the United States in Mission, Texas. 
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The American dream: How undocumented immigrants buy homes in the U.S.

by Jana Kasperkevic Sep 11, 2017
It’s all thanks to ITINs — individual tax identification numbers.
Home ownership is part of the American dream. 
Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images

Fearing deportation, families prepare custody paperwork

by Emma Jacobs Jun 28, 2017
Parents living in the U.S. illegally are confronting the possibility they could be separated from their children.
Immigrant services staffers at a community center in Stamford, Connecticut, sign as witnesses after Ecuadorian parents signed a legal document giving custody of their children to friends in case they are deported .
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Government deportation plans cause waves in construction and agriculture

by Annie Baxter Feb 22, 2017
The federal government has revealed plans to step up deportations of the millions of immigrants in the U.S. illegally. Construction and agriculture are among the sectors that lean heavily on the undocumented workforce and, with labor short in those fields,…

Dangerous passage: Refugees in Minnesota risk death to reach Canada

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 22, 2017
African asylum seekers are streaming to the border, making a perilous journey that has immigration and security officials worried.
Eric Kuhn, patrol agent in charge for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection station in Pembina, North Dakota, stands for a portrait while on patrol near the Canadian border. Since 2010, the Border Patrol at Pembina has seen an increase in asylum seekers, primarily those who fled African countries, trying to sneak across the border into Canada.
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New immigration guidelines would stretch legal, detention and enforcement capacity

by Kimberly Adams Feb 21, 2017
The system already has a hard time filling border patrol positions and has a backlog of pending cases.
A view of the US-Mexican border fence at Playas de Tijuana in Tijuana, Mexico, in January.
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President Trump builds a bigger deportation force

by Reema Khrais Jan 27, 2017
Trump aims to deputize law enforcement in a crackdown on illegal immigration.
The Big Book

'OITNB' star was alone at age 14 after parents were deported

by Kai Ryssdal May 3, 2016
Actress Diane Guerrero discusses immigration from a personal perspective.
Diane Guerrero's memoir is “In The Country We Love: A Family Divided.”
Jeffrey Mosier
My Economy

My Economy: Life between two countries

by Kai Ryssdal and Daisy Palacios Feb 4, 2016
A couple's lives are split between countries after a traffic stop and deportation.
A woman crosses the Sante Fe Bridge at Paso Del Norte, one of three ports of entry connecting El Paso and Juarez.
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