It is estimated that as of 2010 there are 11.4 million Mexican immigrants living in the United States. This figure represents 30% of the total immigrant population and 62% of the undocumented immigrant population (Ortmeyer and Quinn 2012). Jennifer Carrillo, a resident of the Bloomington-Normal, Illinois community, has represented both sets of statistics throughout the thirteen years that she has resided in the United States.
Peterson, Nora '14, "Snapped into Focus: Addressing the Challenges Faced by Undocumented Mexican Immigrants in the United States" (2013). Outstanding Ethnographic Research Projects. Paper 8.