The Movement That Changed The World
Just The Facts
- Mexicans make up about half of all unauthorized immigrants
- The Number of Mexican Immigrants living the US have declined
- Mexico-United States border crossings: There are currently 45 U.S.- Mexico border crossing with 330 ports of entry
- Mexicans move from there homes because of economic, social, political, and environmental causes
If you are entering the united states without presenting yourself to an Immigration Officer, YOU MAY BE ARRESTED AND PROSECUTED for violating U.S. Immigration and Customs Law
Mexican immigrants march for more rights in Northern California largest city, San Jose
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The Movement Crossed All Around.
.Mexican immigrants came to the US and the Early 20th century on boats and trains across the Rio Grande, For better lives for them and their families. As of 2003, approximately 11.6 million Mexican Immigrants came the The United States. The Immigration officers treated the immigrants that tried to cross the boarder badly, some was Beat, raped and sometimes even killed
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