Naturalization in 1986 brought benefits to the country
Published on Thu, Nov 05, 2009
Undocumented Mexican migrants who won their legalization during the 1986 amnesty showed a marked improvement in their economic status, education levels increased substantially and thousands visibly moved out of poverty without relying on public assistance.
Published in the La Opinión | Read Article
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