portraits: DEMING, NM. - Van Jacobsen, 59, has lived in Deming, New Mexico since 1978, where he runs the Adobe Deli, a restaurant about a dozen miles outside of town. Over time, he says that the type of people who came to the United States illegally from Mexico has changed. "In the mid-1980's, people truly came to work," he says. "Every farmer around here hired them. Right around 9/11 you saw them shut down the border and the criminal aspect was coming over rather than the workers." He doesn't believe that the estimated 11 million undocumented workers deserve to be legalized by the government. "I know people here that are still illegal and have had their chance to get their papers four times already. Do you think it will really make a difference if they get another chance? I think a lot of people are scared."