Arturo Zavala, who worked on mushroom farms, got his green card in 1986 as part of an amnesty program for illegal immigrants. His application to bring the rest of his family to the United States was delayed for 14 years. Arturo Zavala, who worked on mushroom farms, got his green card in 1986 as part of an amnesty program for illegal immigrants. His application to bring the rest of his family to the United States was delayed for 14 years.
Photo Credit: By Barbara L. Johnston For The Washington Post
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