Destined for Deportation

By Jennifer Friedberg

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Current United States immigration policy is to deport over 400,000 people a year. As well, state legislatures and the private prison industry have created additional laws that use state and local resources to enforce federal immigration law.
Take a look at the Byzantine immigration deportation regime and the complicated process to try and legalize a person's immigration status through the stories of two undocumented individuals facing deportation, Jeanette Vizguerra, a mother of three young U.S. Citizen children, and Jesus Gerardo Noriega, 20, whose parents brought him to the U.S. as a young child in search of a better life.
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Sept. 17, 2011
An excerpt from the main video about Senate Bill 90.
Sept. 17, 2011
An excerpt from the main video about Mandatory Detention.
Sept. 17, 2011
An excerpt from the main video about Secure Communities.
Sept. 17, 2011
Current United States immigration policy is to deport over 400,000 people a year. As well, state legislatures and the private prison industry have created additional laws that use state and local resources to enforce federal immigration law. Take a look at the Byzantine immigration deportation regime and the complicated process to try and legalize a person's immigration status through the stories of two undocumented individuals facing deportation, Jeanette Vizguerra, a mother of three young U.S. Citizen children, and Jesus Gerardo Noriega, 20, whose parents brought him to the U.S. as a young child in search of a better life.
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