“You are not going to see her anymore,” an immigration officer told Bryan Chavez, according to his account. His mother was deported to Mexico after she didn’t pass an initial asylum screening.
While more than a thousand families remain separated, Chavez and his mother, Sandra Ortiz, were finally reunited in Southern California.
More than three years ago, Bryan Chavez hugged his mother inside a U.S. immigration office, terrified that he would never see her again. “You are not going to see her anymore,” the female U.S. immi…Read More.
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