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But the immigrant information clearinghouse DFW International says close to half of the foreign-born in Dallas are without documents—which would make about 126,000. And the odds are at least six in 10 that he or she will be Mexican—10 percent of that country’s population is in the United States, as is 14 percent of its workforce, mostly sin papeles, without documentation.About six in 10 are working, and the other four are dependents.The turtles were partly decomposed, indicating they had been dead for several days.Nevertheless, the net, which is reported to be at least 120m in length, is not legally approved for fishing in the region.The one in three who have been here less than five years is also likely to be bewildered by the contradictions of working in a society that simultaneously seems to lure them here and to hate them for showing up.Their presence, though significant, is part of an even larger upsurge in the general Hispanic population.
Construction companies can find plenty of workers, and restaurant owners can staff their kitchens, but at the other end of the pipeline, neighborhoods swell with the undocumented newcomers and their families—mostly poor, mostly from rural Mexico.
Dallas will become a majority Hispanic city well before 2030, when the entire state will have shifted that way.
As Dallas County gained 175,000 Hispanic residents (now 35 percent of the population) from 2000 to 2005, 130,000 Anglos moved out.
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