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acquiring legal documents acquisition of legal aspire to relocate associated at-entry binational community change jobs citizenship aspirations currently employed documented workers domestic domestic workers duration-of-residency group employment entering the United entrants entry-level jobs experienced occupational mobility factory famiiiares family relocation family units illegal alien illegal immigration invisibles research legal status length of residence living arrangements living with spouses long-term residents majority of undocumented married women mented workers Mexican dream Mexican undocumented workers migration minority non-domestic service nuclear families occupational aspirations operative positions parentesco pattern permanent resident alien proportion of married public assistance realized relatives relinquish Mexican citizenship relinquish native citizenship relocate their spouses resettlement aspirations Residency Rights sample Residency Rights survey resident alien status secondary labor market semi-skilled operative separated from spouses service workers settlement snowball sampling spouse/family units spouses or spouse/family undocumented worker men undocumented worker women United States citizens United States citizenship white collar