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This registration form verifies that the Mexican government received Asterio Lopez Leon's application on September 10, 2003 for his 10%.

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According to this letter, Roberto Morales Aganza and Rafael Garcia Molina testify to the fact that Asterio Lopez Leon was a bracero during the years of 1949 to 1963. This letter was written in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico on September 10, 2003.

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According to this letter, Roberto Morales Aganza and Rafael Garcia Molina testify to the fact that Asterio Lopez Leon was a bracero during the years of 1949 to 1963. This letter was written in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico on September 10, 2003.

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According to this letter, Roberto Morales Aganza and Rafael Garcia Molina testify to the fact that Asterio Lopez Leon was a bracero during the years of 1949 to 1963. This happened in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico on September 10, 2003.

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This is a genereal information card for Asterio Lopez Leon

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Interior of Asterio Lopez Leon and his wife's passport

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In these pages, the Mexican Consulate in Calexico, California gives Mr. Asterio Lopez Leon and his wife an extension on their passport.

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In these pages, the Mexican Consulate in San Bernardino, California gives Mr. Asterio Lopez Leon and his wife an extension on their passport.

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This Mexican passport was issued to Asterio Lopez Leon and his wife. These pages describe Mr. and Mrs. Asterio Lopez Leon's physical features, their birth dates, places of birth, occupations, and marital status.

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This Mexican passport was issued to both Asterio Lopez Leon and Ana Maria Vazquez de Leon on April 28, 1965 in Mexico City, D.F., Mexico. According to page 3, this passport is only valid for entrance in the United States of America.

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Interior of passport for Asterio Lopez Leon's wife, Ana Maria Vasquez de Leon

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The U.S. Public Health Service gave Asterio Lopez Leon this smallpox vaccination certificate at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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This documents shows that Asterio Lopez Leon has proved this Mexican citizenship to the Mexican Consul October 27, 1972.

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This documents shows that Asterio Lopez Leon has proved this Mexican citizenship to the Mexican Consul October 27, 1972.

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This is the baptismal certificate for Asterio Lopez Leon. It has all of the general information about his baptism including his birth date (10/28/1927) and date of baptism (12/25/1927).

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This is the baptismal certificate for Asterio Lopez Leon. It has all of the general information about his baptism including his birth date (10/28/1927) and date of baptism (12/25/1927).

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This cedula personal is a personal identification card issued to Asterio Lopez Leon on January 18, 1963.

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This cedula personal is a personal identification card issued to Asterio Lopez Leon on January 18, 1963.

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This card identifies Asterio Lopez Leon as a chauffeur in Hermosillo, Sonora on January 11, 1963.

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This is the interior of the certificate of recognition for Jesus Flores. He received it on March 13, 1953.

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Cover of the Certificate of Recognition.

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This newspaper's caption reads that not even time can deter ex-braceros from demanding their owed wages. This was published in "La voz" February 13, 2006 in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.

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This article clipping refers to an announcement that ex-braceros made to block the U.S.-Mexico border for ten minutes in support of the May 1st marches. This article was published in "La Cronica" on April 17, 2006 in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.

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This photograph includes braceros standing at the Park "Heroes de Chapultepec." They are waiting to reunite and discuss their plan of action in order to receive their back wages.

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The article clipping explicates the fact that ex-braceros protested against the Bush's administrations desire to build a fence on the U.S.-Mexico border.