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Spanish Texas lasted from 1690 to 1821 when Texas was governed as a colony which was separate from New Spain . In 1731, Canary Islanders (or "Isleños") arrived to establish San Antonio .  The majority of the few hundred Texan and New Mexican colonizers in the Spanish colonial period were Spaniards and criollos .  California, New Mexico, and Arizona all had Spanish settlements. In 1781 Spanish settlers founded Los Angeles.
. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) assisted in the investigation of a large-scale marriage fraud ring which led to a federal jury finding Letrishia Andrews, 38, Justice Daniel, 42, and Folarin H. Alabi, 35, guilty on multiple counts of conspiracy to commit marriage fraud, aiding/abetting marriage fraud, marriage fraud, theft of government funds and false statements.
Mexican immigrants participate in the labor force at a slightly higher rate than the overall immigrant and .-born populations. In 2014, about 69 percent of Mexican immigrants (ages 16 and over) were in the civilian labor force, compared to 66 percent and 62 percent of all immigrants and native born, respectively. Mexican immigrants were much more likely to be employed in service occupations (31 percent); natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations (26 percent); and production, transportation, and material-moving occupations (22 percent) than the overall foreign- and native-born populations (see Figure 4).