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Colorado Farm Suffers As Immigrant Workforce Diminishes

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Migrant workers from Mexico load boxes of organic cilantro during the fall harvest at Grant Family Farms on October 11, 2011 in Wellington, Colorado.

Immigration audits on businesses rise - New York Times Immigration officials have announced the highest number yet of companies audited for hiring undocumented workers; there were more than 3,000 audits of employer I-9 forms in fiscal year 2012. Employer fines and arrests are up, too.

The year in review: Crime, immigration, and the border - Texas Tribune A look back at the year in criminal justice, immigration and life on the U.S.-Mexico border from a Texas perspective.

Debating the impact of an immigration crackdown - NPR On the long-term effects of a 2007 local immigration crackdown in Prince William County, Va. One immigrant family's restaurant business lost customers as people became afraid to venture out. 

US Latino veterans launch campaign for deported comrades - Fox News Latino Valente and Jesus Manuel Valenzuela, two Vietnam veteran brothers who have suspended deportation orders, are launching a campaign with the aid of a Colorado ministry to assist former soldiers in the deportation process or who have already been deported. 

Ex-Nazi guard who fought deportation dies in Pa. - ABC An attorney for Anton Geiser, 88, said the former concentration camp guard who had been fighting deportation died last weekend. Geiser, who said he was forced to join the Nazi SS while in his teens during World War II, had lived decades in Pennsylvania. 

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