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TO GO WITH A AFP STORY by Oscar Batres Salvadorans deported from the US are taken into an immigration office at Comalapa International Airport, 44 km south of San Salvador, upon their arrival in El Salvador on February 1, 2013. From the 3 million Salvadorans living abroad, 2.5 million are doing so in the United States. In the US, where there are an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants, immigration reform -- one of President Barack Obama's big promises -- will be one of the first topics of debate in the new Congress, if the tug-of-war over the debt ceiling does not get in the way. AFP PHOTO/Juan CARLOS (Photo credit should read Juan CARLOS/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH A AFP STORY by Oscar Batres Salvadorans deported from the US are taken into an immigration office at Comalapa International Airport, 44 km south of San Salvador, upon their arrival in El Salvador on February 1, 2013. From the 3 million Salvadorans living abroad, 2.5 million are doing so in the United States. In the US, where there are an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants, immigration reform -- one of President Barack Obama's big promises -- will be one of the first topics of debate in the new Congress, if the tug-of-war over the debt ceiling does not get in the way. AFP PHOTO/Juan CARLOS (Photo credit should read Juan CARLOS/AFP/Getty Images)
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