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In Depth (Immigration: Trading Places) #880716

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 15, 2007
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Windsor, Canada and Miami: Kerry Sanders) The shift of immigration to the new promised land of Canada because local law enforcement is being encouraged to enforce federal immigration laws featured; scenes shown from Florida and Windsor, Canada, where Mexicans come from Florida. [Collier County sheriff's office Sgt. Ron BYINGTON†, Sheriff Don HUNTER†- talk about the legal focus.] [Windsor, Canada, Mayor Eddie FRANCIS††- reacts to immigrants coming to Canada.] [Retired Canada immigration service James BISSETT†- talks about the loophole.] [In Canada, immigrant Mr. CISNEROS - says the government pays for everything.]

Holt, Lester;
Sanders, Kerry

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