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Date Created: 10/01/15
10115 VI VII Dissecting Deportation A Returns 1 People informally put on buses back across the border with no permanent mark on immigration record B Removals 1 Formal deportation with office or judge that goes on permanent record Breakdown of Removals A most removals occur along the border for those trying to enter US23 in 2013 B For those removed from interior many have committed some type of crime 45 in 2003 1 Many of these are misdemeanors 2 Many others are related to crossing the border if you were formally removed previously and are caught again it is considered a crime Militarization of Border A policy shifts over last three decades preference policing border to turn back immigrants Surveillance of Border A in order to successfully apprehend immigrants there is a greater use of surveillance technology Immigration and the Detention Industrial Complex A Out of all federal crimes more individuals are detained for immigration offences than anything else Human Cost of Border Militarization A Segmented militarization of border leads to funnel effect whereby immigrants cross in most dangerous remote locations B Human Costs of border Militarization 1 Nearly 6000 migrants have died along the USMexico border since 1994 2 Related to the risk of crossing the border once people enter the US they are less likely to leave NAFTA A Free Trade agreement in 1994 between US Mexico and Canada B Promotes outsourcing of business to Mexico for cheap labor 1 Eliminates many small businesses in Mexico 2 Low wages may not be living wages C Created larger subsidies for US farmers that led to the unemployment of 2 million Mexican Farmers
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