by Victoria Galan
Each year, untold numbers of illegal immigrants smuggle themselves and their families into the United States through a variety of channels. These people often spend their lives in hiding, terrified of deportation. Why do these people leave one life of poverty and discontent for another of subversion and hiding?
From the perspective of an Immigration and Naturalization Services employee, the truth of the immigration process comes clear. As the process is so rampant with red tape, unscrupulous attorneys, and denied applications, many immigrants find it better to be forever illegal than attempt naturalization.
(2013, Paperback, 116 pages)