So You Are In Mexico, Married To A Mexican Citizen And Want To Move To The U.S.

So you are an American in Mexico, married to a Mexican citizen and want to move to the U.S.; maybe to work, visit family, go to school or some combination. This short description is the required process for the I-130 Petition for an Alien Relative. The process can be completed while you both live in Mexico […]

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Twilight on the Line: Underworlds and Politics at the U.S. – Mexico Border by Sebastian Rotella Norton

Cogan’s Reviews “The action never stops at the border. There is no other place like it on the globe. The international boundary stretches for almost two thousand miles, from the Pacific Ocean through the mountains, the deserts, the valleys of the Rio Grande to the Gulf of Mexico. The region is a vast world unto […]

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Mexican Voices, American Dreams: An oral history of Mexican immigration to the United States

Cogan’s Reviews Mexican immigration into the U.S., according to the author, represents “the greatest migration of people in the history of humanity.” She estimates that some 5 million legal Mexican immigrants reside in the U.S. plus there’s a further 2 million illegal immigrants also in the country. Those numbers actually seem low. They were produced […]

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Days of Obligation: An Argument with my Mexican Father by Richard Rodriguez

Cogan’s Reviews Several months ago I reviewed Mexifornia by Victor Davis Hanson. The author of that one described his book as “a reflection upon the strange society that is emerging as the result of a demographic and cultural revolution like no other in our times” – namely, the heavy duty immigration of Mexicans to California and neighboring […]

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Mexifornia, a State of Becoming by Victor Davis Hanson

Cogan’s Reviews “Mexifornia,” to quote the author, “is about the nature of a new California and what it means for America – a reflection upon the strange society that is emerging as the result of a demographic and a cultural revolution like no other in our times.” Thus Victor Davis Hanson opens his close examination […]

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