Polly Webber stares at the young Mexican couple in front of her, never taking her eyes off of them as an interpreter translates her words into Spanish in a tiny courtroom in San Francisco’s Financial District.

The federal immigration judge wants to give the frightened man and woman — illegal immigrants — her full attention while making sure they understand what they must prove to be recognized as long-term residents and avoid deportation to their native land.

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