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Why the Undocumented Belong to America: The Experience of Rosa Robles Loreto and Eleven Million Others Paperback – April 17, 2017
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About the Author
Denise Holley spent twenty-four years writing for newspapers and nonprofit organizations, including three years on the US-Mexico border. Her work has won ten local and statewide awards for reporting. Currently, she helps edit a newsletter for No More Deaths, a migrant aid organization. She lives with her boyfriend on a small ranch outside of Tucson, Arizona.
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With all the hype oozing from Washington and many news outlets about immigrants, I wanted to get a prospective based on facts and on the personal experiences of those on this emotional journey to legal status. Journalist, Denise Holley does just that in a clear, concise way. She reveals how immigrants are unjustly subjected to a difficult, often heartbreaking path to legal status, often taking many years to achieve — if ever. It was appalling to learn how some of these paths are riddled with catch-22 pitfalls, making me wonder if they are intentionally designed for one to fail.
Ms. Holley debunks common myths about immigration and explains exactly how immigrants are essential to the growth of our economy.
I recommend this book to everyone regardless of your views on immigration. Read it and give it to your family and friends to read. It’s enlightening.