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A member of the judicial commission (2nd L) makes a note of Luis Mendes' (R) belongings as he is evicted from his home in Torrejon de Ardoz, near Madrid March 14, 2012. Mendes, an immigrant from Guinea-Bissau and also a father of eight, cannot keep up the payments on his mortgage after losing his job in the construction sector one and a half years ago. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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Luis Mendes (R) is comforted by a member of PAH (Mortgage Victims's Platform) after being evicted from his home in Torrejon de Ardoz, near Madrid March 14, 2012. Mendes, an immigrant from Guinea-Bissau and also a father of eight, cannot keep up the payments on his mortgage after losing his job in the construction sector one and a half years ago. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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Ronale de la Cruz (R) receives a hug from evicted Malian immigrant Lamin Nomke Diallo in the hall of his apartment as he waits to be evicted after failing to pay the mortgage, in Madrid February 9, 2012. De la Cruz, an immigrant from the Dominican Republic, says he became unemployed in August 2009 and could not make his mortgage payments and was served an eviction notice in December 2011. De la Cruz's lawyer reached an agreement to have the court ordered eviction suspended until February 17. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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Ronale de la Cruz and his wife Nalda look out the window of their apartment as they wait to be evicted after failing to pay their mortgage, in Madrid, February 9, 2012. De la Cruz, an immigrant from the Dominican Republic, says he became unemployed in August 2009 and was unable to make mortgage payments, and was served an eviction notice in December 2011. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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Yeimi Perez, a Spanish-Colombian double national who was awaiting eviction from her flat, packs her clothes at her flat in Madrid February 29, 2012. Perez said she could not make her mortgage payments although she has work as a petrol station shop assistant. Perez's lawyer reached an agreement to have the court-ordered eviction suspended until March 14. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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People carry a banner as they take part in a protest against bank evictions in Madrid February 20, 2012. The banner reads 'San Blas free of evictions.' REUTERS-Juan Medina

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Silvia Quiroga reacts as she tells the media in her bedroom that her eviction has been suspended in Madrid April 11, 2012. Quiroga had her eviction suspended due to ongoing negotiations with her bank. REUTERS-Susana Vera

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Supporters of Yeimi Perez, a Spanish-Colombian double national who was awaiting eviction from her flat, react before learning that the eviction had been suspended, in Madrid February 29, 2012. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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A woman shouts slogans during a protest against bank evictions in Madrid March 12, 2012. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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Patricia Tapia cries after learning that her eviction has been suspended until March 28, in Madrid February 15, 2012. Tapia, an immigrant from Ecuador, says she became unemployed in November 2010 and could not make her mortgage payments and was served an eviction notice in January 2012. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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Luisa Pinales (R) and a supporter speak to the head of a real estate office in Mostoles, near Madrid February 16, 2012. Pinales, an immigrant from the Dominican Republic, says she was a contractor that had to stop her business in December 2007, so she could not make her mortgage payments and was served an eviction notice in January 2012. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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Luisa Pinales (2nd R) takes part in a human chain in front of a bank office after requesting for the dation in payment for her house in Mostoles, near Madrid February 16, 2012. Pinales, an immigrant from the Dominican Republic, says she could not make her mortgage payments after her business as a contractor was forced to close in 2007, and was served an eviction notice in January 2012. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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Monica Ramos (L) and her husband Javier Narvaez, immigrants from Ecuador who were awaiting eviction from their flat, pose inside the main room of their flat before learning that the eviction had been suspended in Madrid February 22, 2012. Ramos and Narvez, parents of two children, said that they could not make their mortgage payments although both have work. Ramos's lawyer reached an agreement to have the court ordered eviction suspended until next March 7. REUTERS-Sergio Perez

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Carlos Roberto Quinones gets dressed as he waits to be evicted after failing to pay the mortgage in Madrid March 7, 2012. Quinones, an immigrant from El Salvador, said he could not make his mortgage payments after becoming unemployed. REUTERS-Susana Vera

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Luciano Chancusig from Ecuador carries a freezer back to his home after learning that his eviction had been suspended, in Madrid March 26, 2012. His eviction, due to not being able to pay off their monthly rent, has been delayed til April 20. REUTERS-Andrea Comas

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Carlos Roberto Quinones puts his daughter's teddy bear in a box as he waits to be evicted after failing to pay the mortgage in Madrid March 7, 2012. Quinones, an immigrant from El Salvador, said he could not make his mortgage payments after becoming unemployed. Quinones' lawyer eventually reached an agreement to have the court ordered eviction suspended until April 18. REUTERS-Susana Vera

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Olga Teresa Cabrera Maza waits to be evicted after failing to pay the mortgage in Madrid February 22, 2012. Cabrera Maza, a 48 year-old immigrant form Ecuador, says she stopped making her mortgage payments in June 2010 when she had serious health problems that resulted in her permanent incapacity. REUTERS-Susana Vera

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Patricia Tapia pauses during an interview with Reuters in her almost empty home in Madrid February 28, 2012. Tapia, an immigrant from Ecuador, says she became unemployed in November 2010 and could not make her mortgage payments so was served an eviction notice in January 2012. REUTERS-Juan Medin

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Patricia Tapia (C) stands in the living room of her home next her lawyer Elena Vazquez (R) and Tatiana Roeva, member of Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH), before learning that her eviction had been suspended, in Madrid March 28, 2012. Tapia, an immigrant from Ecuador, says she became unemployed in November 2010 and could not make her mortgage payments and was served an eviction notice in January 2012. REUTERS-Juan Medina

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Nelson Castillo holds a crucifix after removing it from the wall of a bedroom in his home, before learning that his eviction had been suspended, in Madrid March 13, 2012. Castillo and his wife Kelly Herrera, who are immigrants from Ecuador, had their eviction suspended due to ongoing negotiations with their bank. REUTERS-Sergio Perez

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Kelly Herrera covers her face as she sits in the living room of her home after learning that her eviction had been suspended in Madrid March 13, 2012. REUTERS-Sergio Perez

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Spanish riot police remove a member of Afectados X la Hipoteca (Mortgage Victims's Platform) during a protest to prevent an eviction in Madrid November 24, 2011. REUTERS-Juan Medina