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A U.S. Border Patrol Agent in September 2011, along the Mexico-Arizona border.
On the national legislative stage, it appears that immigration has moved to the back burner. But a curious new trend has immigration watchers scratching their heads.
Indian nationals from South Asia have been showing up at the Arizona border in increasing numbers. They travel from their homeland across the world to Central America, then make their way through several countries to the U.S. Border.
We'll talk to reporter Daniel Gonzalez.