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The Great Divide - 20 Mar 2013 

The border running between the United States and Mexico is a potent political issue on both sides of the divide. In Washington, Congress has embarked on what may be the biggest overhaul of U.S. immigration laws since 1986 and the effectiveness of U.S. border security in blocking illegal immigration will be vital to convincing lawmakers to accept some of its more ambitious parts. South of the border, the recent tightening of controls has had a profound affect on many people‚Äôs lives. 
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March 20, 2013 
People stand at the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana February 25, 2013. How effective... 
Tijuana, Mexico 
People stand at the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana 
People stand at the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana February 25, 2013. How effective U.S. border security is in stopping illegal immigration will be vital to convincing mostly Republicans to back the bipartisan reform and accept some of its more ambitious parts, such as creating a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States. Picture taken February 25, 2013. To match Feature USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO REUTERS/Jorge Duenes (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS) 
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March 20, 2013 
A man walks on the beach near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S., in Tijuana March 20, 2013.... 
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A man walks on the beach near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S.,in Tijuana 
A man walks on the beach near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S., in Tijuana March 20, 2013. How effective U.S. border security is in stopping illegal immigration will be vital to convincing mostly Republicans to back the bipartisan reform and accept some of its more ambitious parts, such as creating a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States. To match Feature USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO REUTERS/Jorge Duenes (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS) 
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March 20, 2013 
People stand near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana February 25, 2013. How effective... 
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People stand near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana February 25, 2013. How effective U.S. border security is in stopping illegal immigration will be vital to convincing mostly Republicans to back the bipartisan reform and accept some of its more ambitious parts, such as creating a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States. Picture taken February 25, 2013. To match Feature USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO REUTERS/Jorge Duenes (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS) 
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March 20, 2013 
A couple stands at the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana February 25, 2013. How effective... 
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A couple stands at the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana February 25, 2013. How effective U.S. border security is in stopping illegal immigration will be vital to convincing mostly Republicans to back the bipartisan reform and accept some of its more ambitious parts, such as creating a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States. Picture taken February 25, 2013. To match Feature USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO REUTERS/Jorge Duenes (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS) 
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March 20, 2013 
A U.S. border patrol parks near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. as seen from Tijuana February... 
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A U.S. border patrol parks near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. as seen from Tijuana February 25, 2013. How effective U.S. border security is in stopping illegal immigration will be vital to convincing mostly Republicans to back the bipartisan reform and accept some of its more ambitious parts, such as creating a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States. Picture taken February 25, 2013. To match Feature USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO REUTERS/Jorge Duenes (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS) 
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March 20, 2013 
Mexican grandmother Lucia Angulo stands near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana... 
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Mexican grandmother Angulo stands near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana 
Mexican grandmother Lucia Angulo stands near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana February 25, 2013. Angulo has entered the United States illegally so often over the last three decades she has lost count of how many times border patrols caught her. Picture taken February 25, 2013. To match Feature USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO REUTERS/Jorge Duenes (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS) 
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March 20, 2013 
Mexican grandmother Lucia Angulo stands near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana... 
Tijuana, Mexico 
Mexican grandmother Angulo stands near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana 
Mexican grandmother Lucia Angulo stands near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana February 25, 2013. Angulo has entered the United States illegally so often over the last three decades she has lost count of how many times border patrols caught her. To match Feature USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jorge Duenes (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS) 
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May 01, 2006 
Mexican Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos, also known as the "delegado Zero" speaks during... 
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Mexican Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos speaks during a rally in Mexico city 
Mexican Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos, also known as the "delegado Zero" speaks during a rally in Mexico's city main square in support of Mexican and Latino migrants in the U.S. May 1, 2006. Thousands of Mexicans marched through the capital and boycotted U.S. stores on Monday to support illegal immigrants demonstrating for more rights in the United States. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar 
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May 01, 2006 
Mexican Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos, also known as the "delegado Zero" speaks during... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos speaks during a rally in Mexico city 
Mexican Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos, also known as the "delegado Zero" speaks during a rally in Mexico's city main square in support of Mexican and Latino migrants in the U.S. May 1, 2006. Thousands of Mexicans marched through the capital and boycotted U.S. stores on Monday to support illegal immigrants demonstrating for more rights in the United States. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar 
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May 01, 2006 
Mexican Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos, also known as the 'delegado Zero' speaks during... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos speaks during a rally in Mexico city 
Mexican Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos, also known as the 'delegado Zero' speaks during a rally in Mexico´s city main square in support of Mexican and Latino migrants in the U.S. May 1, 2006. Thousands of Mexicans marched through the capital and boycotted U.S. stores on Monday to support illegal immigrants demonstrating for more rights in the United States. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar 
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