People make their way toward the border to cross in Mexicali, Mexico. More Mexicans are leaving the United States than coming to the country, marking a reversal to one of the most significant immigration trends in U.S. history, according to a new study published Thursday.
People make their way toward the border to cross in Mexicali, Mexico. More Mexicans are leaving the United States than coming to the country, marking a reversal to one of the most significant immigration trends in U.S. history, according to a new study published Thursday. Gregory Bull The Associated Press
People make their way toward the border to cross in Mexicali, Mexico. More Mexicans are leaving the United States than coming to the country, marking a reversal to one of the most significant immigration trends in U.S. history, according to a new study published Thursday. Gregory Bull The Associated Press

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