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One shelter was shut down over abuse allegations, while another faces closure due to a legal dispute with the State of Arizona.
After Texas made sanctuary cities illegal, some major metropolitan areas vowed to not comply with the new law. But in rural areas, undocumented immigrants face constant fear of deportation.
Immigrants drawn by jobs at the local meat-packing plant are making their mark in business and politics.
“For flood recovery, that's an important group of people for sure,” a university professor says.
Most undocumented immigrants who are deported are Latino men with jobs. That has a ripple effect on housing.
When deciding on which school to go to, safety from detainment or deportation is likely to tip the balance.
Local police say they won't make arrests based on legal status, but there's state and federal pressure to change that.
Many Latino immigrants in Austin, Texas, are frequenting local businesses less on fears of arrest and deportation.
At the Fresno County Jail, immigration agents have access to the jail’s database.