Woman, name not given, living in Albertville
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New US immigration laws: 'It's like you're in prison'

The US state of Alabama is set to introduce some of the toughest immigration laws in America.

The new legislation, branded racist by critics, will require schools to find out if students are legal and will make it a crime to give a lift to an undocumented worker.

The BBC's Andy Gallacher reports from Albertville, a small community whose Hispanic population has more than doubled in recent years.

  • 04 Jul 2011
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