Anti-Terror Laws Make Life Tougher for Immigrants

Print More Across the United States, state and federal officials acting out of concern for national security are applying post-9/11 measures in a way that affects a broad cross-section of illegal and legal immigrants, the New York Times reports. A new Virgina law, one of many intended to increase security since Sept. 11, 2001, is squeezing
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