Garland, Sarah
September 2006
Marie Claire (US Edition);Sep2006, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p120
The article presents information about illegal aliens in the United States. Maximum number of illegal immigrants come in the U.S. from Mexico followed by China, Philippines, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Guatemala, Ecuador, Honduras and Brazil. Immigration reforms of 1986 and 1996 could not slow or stop their steady flow across borders of the United States.


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