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In the news this morning: Using an iPad to cross the border, tough times for GA agriculture, a mistakenly deported teen, more

Man Uses iPad, Not Passport, To Gain Entry To U.S. - NPR A Canadian man used an image of his passport that he had saved on his iPad to cross the border into the U.S. twice, instead of his passport. Only on the U.S.-Canada border?

Georgia Survey Finds Farmers Are Having Hard Time Replacing Migrant Workers - Fox News Latino A study from Georgia's state agriculture department shows that "finding legal employees with the skill and desire to do labor-intensive harvesting is extremely difficult." The state has suffered a labor crisis since a new anti-illegal immigration law drove many workers away.

ICE issues immigration detainers for L.A. arson suspect Burkhart and his mother - Southern California Public Radio L.A. arson suspect Harry Burkhart was here on a temporary visa, according to authorities, but his mother, who is wanted on fraud charges in Germany, is believed to have returned to the U.S. illegally after her last documented visit in 2007.

Dallas teen missing since 2010 was mistakenly deported - WFAA Dallas A teenager who ran away from home, despondent over her parents' divorce, endured an incredible fate: She was reportedly sent by mistake to Colombia, where she was found after a search aided by Dallas police.

Dispatch From Detention: A Rare Look Inside Our 'Humane' Immigration Jails - ColorLines A look inside immigration detention centers, more than two years after the Obama administration announced reforms to the detention system.