Amnesty Program Opens Job Market, 2 Years at a Time

Ben Sklar for The Chronicle

Javier André Huamani, who was brought to the country illegally as a child, stayed to earn a degree in mechanical engineering at the U. of Texas through a federal amnesty program.
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Career fairs here at the University of Texas were an exercise in frustration for Javier André Huamani, a mechanical-engineering major who was eager but unable to put his knowledge to work. Because he had been brought to the United States illegally...

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