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People are continuing to go to work and take public transportation at the border.
H-2B visas are capped at 66,000 per year, but the law allows the Department of Homeland Security to nearly double that.
Getting food aid or housing assistance could hurt immigrants' chances of getting a green card.
New visa rules add restrictions for pregnant visitors and those seeking other medical treatment in the U.S.
Green card and citizenship application fees could go up roughly 80%.
Tensions between the U.S. and Mexico regarding migration have also hit hard on the borders, not only between both nations, but also between Mexico and Guatemala.
Experts say proposed changes to public charge rules could have a chilling effect on enrollment in Medicaid and SNAP, negatively impacting the children of immigrants, many of whom are U.S. citizens.
A survey from New American Economy says the region has more than 73,000 immigrant entrepreneurs.
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It’s not just families who face hardship after a workplace ICE raid.
Sweden once welcomed more refugees per head than any other nation in the European Union.