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Immigration detainees facing unfair pressure to work for free
Immigration detainees facing unfair pressure to work for free

Would you do the work of a janitor for free? What about for a dollar a day? That is the situation in which many Texas immigration detainees find themselves, as they are put to work to perform manual tasks that are essential to keeping detention centers running. In fact, ...

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Blog posts in May 2014

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    It may surprise you how many people in Texas think they have American citizenship when they in fact are illegal immigrants. One woman in Missouri was ...

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    Skilled workers are welcomed into Texas and other states through specific visa programs -- but what about their spouses? All too often, these highly ...

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    A new movement to protect illegal immigrants from deportation if they do not have a criminal record may be taking hold in Texas in the coming months. ...

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