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    Masters Thesis
    Suatengco, Teodoro (Ted) E.
    (United States Department of Homeland Security, 2010) estimated in the country, the continuation of illegal immigration despite legislative, administrative, and enforcement initiatives over the last two decades represents a clear failure of national s . . .
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    Horn-Bunk, Sheri Marie
    Many developments have kept the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act and the issue of undocumented college students in the news and on federal and state legislative agendas. There is an inevitable tide of growing undocumente . . .
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    Laksmono, Anisa I.
    Immigration had become the culture of America. American history mainly builds by the diversity of immigrants from different places around the world. The first immigrant groups came from Europe which later expanded to immigrants from different continen . . .
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    Garcia, Erica
    In the United States there are millions of illegal immigrants apprehended each year at the border. There are three borders through which immigrants try to enter this country and they are the Coastal Border, Northern Border, and Southwest Border. Over . . .
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    Sixtos, Adriana
    The DREAM Act has endured a tumultuous journey since its introduction in 2001. The bill has survived multiple revisions, additions to other bills and finally stands alone, as a bill that was a few votes shy of becoming a reality for the Dreamers. Many . . .