Maria Zuñiga had plans. As a high school grad, she can stay in America, but her son’s father legally can’t. The uncertainty keeps her in the strawberry fields.
“Any One Station” tells the story of the deep history of California’s entrepreneurship, but one that also embodies many of the political, economic, and racial struggles of the modern American West.
An estimated 35,000 non-citizens currently serve active duty in the U.S. military, and 8,000 more join every year according to the Pentagon, with an understanding that they will be naturalized during or following their service. Green Card veterans who leave the military early or are convicted of a crime may face deportation.
Traveling across the United States border with Mexico, the story of immigration unfolds for both the undocumented migrants and the law enforcement entities that stretch across the more than 1,900 miles.