There was a large influx of illegals when we were in Las Cruces. We didn't see them out and about, but if you think about it you wouldn't really expect to. They're warehoused at a facility and aren't out shopping or drinking beer in a pub or, you know, looking for work. They were largely invisible to us, but causing a stir with the locals who had to give up their community center, high school, and tax dollars to provide food and medical care for these foreign people. And then there's the American citizen, on the corner begging for money...Again, I would like to know the effects y’all are experiencing with the overflow of illegals. Thanks.
Anyway, I believe (but am not positive) that cities quarantine them as best they can until they can be treated for their various diseases and whatever else is wrong with them. I imagine they then have to find them work and a real place to live - and taxpayers pay for that, too. My understanding from talking to local people is that there will be a handful who will "fall through the cracks" and just disappear. Chances are good those are the drug runners.