Mom reunites with family in U.S. three years after deportation


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In a statement released on the day of Juarez’s return home, Rep. Darren Soto said that her deportation to Mexico by the previous administration in August 2018 “shook our Central Florida community to the core, but we never stopped fighting for her return. Now, under the Biden administration, she was granted humanitarian parole and will have the opportunity to be present in Estela and Pamela’s lives.”

On Saturday, Juarez’s daughters gathered outside an Orlando airport to wait their mom’s arrival. They carried with them a handwritten sign reading, “President Biden and Kamala Harris rock!” In a video released by immigration reform advocacy group, Estela, who is Juarez’s youngest, admitted she was “kind of nervous” because the family had been apart for so long. “Everything’s gonna go back to normal, but also everything’s gonna change,” she said. 


Now reunited, the family shared their experience in an interview with MSNBC’s Alicia Menendez, where Juarez called their years-long separation “the most painful moment that I have gone through and probably will go through. After this, nothing will be harder than that.” They were joined in that interview by Rep. Soto, who urged the need for permanent relief for the family. While the Biden administration may choose to renew Juarez’s one-year status, it still remains temporary. 

“[O]ur fight is not over until Alejandra is granted permanent stay and all separated families are brought back together,” Soto said in his statement from last weekend. “During the remainder of the 117th Congress, we must pass H.R. 163, the Protect Patriot Spouses Act and other key bills to fix our immigration system and prioritize families.”

x said in a statement received by Daily Kos that nearly 6 million U.S. citizens live with at least one undocumented family member, “which means millions of families across the country live with the constant threat of being separated like Alejandra’s unless Congress passes a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants currently living in the U.S.”

“[I]f Congress and the White House do not take diligent steps, my family remains at the risk being separated again,” Juarez continued during her MSNBC appearance. “I cannot put my kids through this. My body won’t take it … we need Congress to act now.” In his first address to Congress last month, President Biden called on legislators to “end our exhausting war over immigration. For more than 30 years, politicians have talked about immigration reform and we’ve done nothing about it. It’s time to fix it.”

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Owen May
Owen May is the editor-in-chief of AllStocksNews. He has a master's in economics and you will find him covering various topics.


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