Legal taxis ferry illegal immigrants to work in Georgia:  A crackdown in Gainesville means driving without a license can lead to deportation, so many use a “taxista” — or simply move away.
This is the third part of our occasional series on the New Latino South.
Photo:  Carlos Santiago, 19, pays Diaz the taxi fare as he arrives at a Gainesville restaurant where he’s a dishwasher and cook. He says the daily $8 round-trip expense is a big bite out of his $8.50-an-hour wages. Credit: Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times

Legal taxis ferry illegal immigrants to work in Georgia: A crackdown in Gainesville means driving without a license can lead to deportation, so many use a “taxista” — or simply move away.

This is the third part of our occasional series on the New Latino South.

Photo: Carlos Santiago, 19, pays Diaz the taxi fare as he arrives at a Gainesville restaurant where he’s a dishwasher and cook. He says the daily $8 round-trip expense is a big bite out of his $8.50-an-hour wages. Credit: Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times

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