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Illegal Immigration Presentation

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Stories for Change Can using stories of migration struggles help create a change in politics and laws concerning immigration and the gender experience of migration? Geidy Romero Brought to you by yours truly: Geidy Romero Lets Take a
Closer Look Why do illegal immigrants make the decision to migrate? Deportation Victims of Poverty 3rd world countries are not a friendly place to live in!
Rather than watch families die, brave family members travel with intentions to be able to provide.
"I went to school for Marketing and worked until I had enough money to travel to the United States. Even with a marketing degree I had no future." Argentina Villar (Aunt) Why Fear?
ICE will look for evidence of the mistreatment of workers, along with evidence of trafficking, smuggling, harboring, visa fraud, identification document fraud, money laundering and other such criminal conduct.
ICE will obtain indictments, criminal arrests or search warrants, or a commitment from a U.S. Attorney's Office to prosecute the targeted employer before arresting employees for civil immigration violations at a work site. When laws like this are in place people fear because no matter what the conditions are found in the work place, not only will employer get prosecuted but also all undocumented people will be sent back! Is the law trying to help or hurt illegal Immigrants? http://blogs.lawyers.com/2012/03/non-citizen-commit-a-crime-get-deported/2012-03-22-deportation-graphic/ "Yo dije Vamonos con dios" Crimes Against Illegal Immigrants http://www.ice.gov/worksite/ http://www.bostonmagazine.com/2010/11/crimes-against-illegal-immigrants/ The Case of Luisa Gonzaga Luisa migrated from Guatemala to the United States in 2007
Man named Tercero her boss at a food sorting company who paid her $6.75 an hour, and uncle by marriage harassed her regularly and threatened to deport her if she spoke
One day Tercero sexually abused Luisa
“He wanted to be alone somewhere with me, and if I didn’t go I would be without work,” she says. “He said if I gave in he would never bother me again.” For more on Luisa's story visit: 450,000 2010 The Things They Carried water, money, some type of Id
dry socks, underwear
baseball or sun hat
dry/ non perishable food
picture of the family
on the person t-shirt, hoodie, sneakers, belt
Largest amount of hope you can carry -Manuel Romero (My dad) The Border Stats. The international Mexican U.S. Border is 1,969 miles long!
The States along the border are California. Arizona, New Mexico,Texas
all this land consist of long miles of dessert, hills, Colorado River and Rio Grande
45 U.S. Border Crossings and 330 Entry Ports http://www.ibwc.state.gov/ The Wall For More Information about the Secure Fence Act passed in 2006 watch the documentary "The Wall" http://www.thewalldocumentary.com/film/ The story of a Coyote Coyotes are legal U.S. citizens who "help" illegal migrants across the border.
The amount coyotes charge varies, usually the safer the crossing is, the more expensive the cross.
Some coyotes know the hills, some know safe ways to cross the Rio Grande, and other coyotes have learned to cross the blazing deserts
Each of these methods of crossing is dangerous. Border Patrol on both sides with weapons, cameras everywhere, helicopters scanning the desserts, a place where there is no where to hide. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=102572753 La Frontera Evidence A, B, C, D Art and Border Security The article Border theater: on the arts of security and resistance by Louise Amoore and Alexandra Hall states
"the physical act of crossing a border
involves a departure; a period of ambiguity between sovereign territories; and entry, with a new
status."
"they [objects] suggest something of an uncertain future world yet to come." (Page 9) Different Modes of Travel Positions Upon Arrival Illegal immigrants make a positive contribution to the United States. Of the Immigrant Population
25% Farming
19% Building Grounds, House Keeping and Maintenance
17% Construction
12% Food Preparation and Serving
10% Production
7% Transportation and Material moving
5.4% Civilian Labor Force What Needs to be Done Stop the hate!
Change the Way News are portrayed
No One is Illegal, we are simply human beings and we all belong! Language is important!
Fair Trials for people that have families in the U.S.
Allow the voices and stories of illegal immigrants to be heard. For political decisions, for education, news portrayals
Defend HUMAN rights! You Tube Trailer The Case of Paula "We move them across the way we've always crossed them. This work never ends. There's always demand.
" I feel like I'm helping them. Things are rough here. They can earn a lot better living there and then send money back to their families in Mexico." For immigrants that bumped into Coyotes like Paula were lucky for coyotes are deceivers who did not care for their clients.
Everyman for himself when facing the brutality of mother nature and those that could not keep up would get left behind, lost, or forced to return. http://www.pewhispanic.org/2009/04/14/a-portrait-of-unauthorized-immigrants-in-the-united-states/
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