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  1. Deciding To Be Legal: A Maya Community in Houston (Policy)
    Deciding To Be Legal: A Maya Community in Houston (Policy)
    Deciding To Be Legal: A Maya Community in Houston (Policy)
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  2. Deciding To Be Legal: A Maya Community in Houston (Policy)

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To study the settlement process of undocumented migrants, this work examines one of Houston's Maya communities, the approximately 900 Maya from a township in the Department of Totonicapan, Guatemala. It traces this Maya community from its genesis in 1978 to the complex effects of the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA).

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