Deported migrants search for ‘right spot’ on Mexican border to return to life in US

José Alberto Sánchez is arguably one of the world’s most motivated job-seekers. The fibreglass installer has endured hunger, thirst, exhaustion, extortion, betrayal and incarceration in three attempts to enter the United States and reclaim his old job.

From the border city of Ciudad Juárez, which overlooks El Paso, Texas, the 40-year-old Mexican is now preparing his fourth attempt.

“My plan is to go back to Las Vegas and work,” said Sánchez. “This will be my last time. I don’t want to mess it up. I want to look for the right spot.”

  • BillyHW

    What a disgusting people utterly incapable of lawful behaviour.

  • mauser 98

    Bush controlled House , Senate.. did nothing
    Obama controlled House , Senate.. trainloaded them in
    whole mess is cooked…votes ,cheap labour

    • Partly the fault of Unionized labour, no? Who have priced themselves out of the market. At least that’s the way it appears in Canada.

      • mauser 98

        Unionized labour management complicit , AWOL , MIA

        TPP will be worse than NAFTA …crickets

  • Norman_In_New_York

    The solution is quite simple. Prosecute employers for evading taxes and compensation insurance requirements in paying these illegals off the books. If enough bosses go to jail over this, the invasion will stop.