"They enter the United States legally from Mexico with the proper
papers and visas, but then they cannot go home. So they overstay their
visas. They are surgeons, businesspeople, entrepreneurs, members of
Mexico’s wealthy middle and upper middle-class educated population. The
Three recent posts from the Texas Observer:
New Border Walls Designed to Flood Texas Towns
A New Media Collaboration Documents 14 Deaths by Border Patrol Agents
Deadly Patrols: Civilian Deaths at the Hands of U.S. Border Patrol Agents
"The U.S. government deported 387,790 people in 2009, one of them a frightened 22-year-old victim of domestic abuse known, in a lawsuit filed Wednesday [June 5, 2013,] as “Laura S.” Despite having a restraining order against her abusive ex-boyfriend—she warned immigration agents...
A Guatemalan diplomat struggles to save her countrymen in south Texas and nearly loses herself. Part three of Beyond the Border, a four-part series from The Texas Observer and the Guardian. By Melissa del Bosque, The Texas Observer, and the Guardian US interactive team, Aug. 20, 2014 .
Melissa del Bosque interviews Sarah Mehta:
"More than two million people have been deported since President Obama took office in 2008. Among this massive number of deportations, an increasing number of people with valid legal claims to remain in the U.S. — even U.S. citizens — are...