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Honestly, I think the biggest killer would be lack of food supplies in urban areas. Once people couldn't just go to the nearest market to pick up groceries, many would simply have no clue what to do.
However, for those that would, I could totally see Central Park and other large open areas in cities becoming farm land, along with every open lot and rooftop.
Those in rural areas would likely be least affected.
I do think many areas would suddenly find themselves overrun with people from South of the border, not for jobs but for food. However, that might be offset by the extra labor they would provide to make up for the lack of farm machines.