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This Is Uncomfortable

How politics influence college plans for some undocumented students

by Reema Khrais Jul 3, 2017
When deciding on which school to go to, safety from detainment or deportation is likely to tip the balance.
Eighteen-year-old Martha said a big reason she's staying at home for college is to help support her mom, who's undocumented and fearful of deportation.
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Anxiety Index®

Austin, Texas, already faces costs for its 'sanctuary city' practices

by Andy Uhler Apr 28, 2017
Local police say they won't make arrests based on legal status, but there's state and federal pressure to change that.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott speaks at Dallas's City Hall.
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Anxiety Index®

When people living illegally in the U.S. stay home, stores lose customers

by Andy Uhler Apr 28, 2017
Many Latino immigrants in Austin, Texas, are frequenting local businesses less on fears of arrest and deportation.
Immigrant families in McAllen, Texas, walk to a Catholic-run "immigrant respite center" before taking a bus from the border into the interior of the United States.
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Local law enforcement in California work with ICE in different ways

by Marketplace Contributor Mar 15, 2017
At the Fresno County Jail, immigration agents have access to the jail’s database.
Sgt. Elisa Magallanes books a newly arrested man at the Fresno County Jail.
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Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Blog: Some economic context for the immigration debate

by Tony Wagner Mar 9, 2017
It's an economic disruption, sure, but not a negative one.
Candidates for U.S. citizenship wave flags before being sworn in during a naturalization ceremony on Liberty Island in 2011.
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How the undocumented immigrant workforce has changed since 2009

by Donna Tam Nov 3, 2016
A new Pew report looks at the population, which accounts for 5 percent of U.S. labor.
Mexican agricultural workers prepare to start a shift on a lettuce farm in Holtville, California.  
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How The Deck Is Stacked

Five of your immigration questions, answered

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 26, 2016
We got a lot of questions while reporting on migrant labor from a hops field in Washington.
A naturalization ceremony in Washington.
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California seeks more health care access for undocumented

by Dan Gorenstein Sep 19, 2016
The state seeks permission to let undocumented immigrants access Obamacare exchanges.
More than half a million people could get health insurance under a new California proposal.
Visual Hunt

Who mows the lawn? The invisible golf course worker

by David Brancaccio Nov 12, 2013
The golf course business in the U.S. would collapse without low-wage work, according to a new investigative series in Golf Digest.
A groundskeeper waters flowers.
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A glimpse of what legal status means for the undocumented

by Jeff Tyler Feb 19, 2013
Deferred Action allows the children of undocumented immigrants to work legally in the U.S., but only temporarily.