February 24th, 2012

latimes:

Number of deportation cases drops by nearly a third, report says: The drop recorded in the last three months of 2011 may reflect the administration’s plan to focus its deportation efforts by weighing discretionary factors, including whether the person is a veteran, came to the United States as a child or is a college student.

Photo: A group of deported men ride in the back of a Grupos Beta pickup through Mexicali, Mexico. Grupos Beta is a government migrant protection organization. Credit: Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times

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