Like many immigrants, he thought he expected to stay in the U.S. only a short time, just long enough to make enough money to buy a house back in Puebla. But time passed, and the money never seemed enough. Raul Ramirez, 23, was born in Michoacan. With the Be Foundations help, he says, he hopes to finally have a birth certificate to prove that I exist, to study, to buy a car. Mexican consulates are bracing for a rush of applicants in February, when the law takes effect. This is a major change that requires a restructuring of logistics to implement proper communications between the database

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