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Juan Orozco and his mother, Amparo, at their ranch house near Circle, Mont., in Aug. 2017. Juan's father, an undocumented immigrant, was assaulted and applied for a special visa for victims of crimes. Nate Hegyi /Yellowstone Public Radio hide caption

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Undocumented Immigrants Face Growing Backlog Of Crime Victim Visas

Every year thousands of undocumented immigrants are allowed to stay in the U.S. because they've been victims of a crime. But an increasing number are denied visas because demand outstrips slots.

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Juan Orozco and his mother, Amparo, at their ranch house near Circle, Mont., in Aug. 2017. Juan's father, an undocumented immigrant, was assaulted and applied for a special visa for victims of crimes. Nate Hegyi /Yellowstone Public Radio hide caption

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Undocumented Immigrants Face Growing Backlog Of Crime Victim Visas

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Sue The T. Rex Is Making Big Moves With Her Big Bones

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California Town Wrestles With Aftermath Of Shooting Rampage

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