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Anaconda, Children, and Church: Jeanette Vizguerra Took Refuge in a Church to Avoid Deportation. She's Now Walking Free for Mother's Day Source: TIME undocumedia She was granted a stay of removal πŸ¦‹πŸ˜’πŸ˜Š YES!!! FelizDiaDeLasMadres Jeanette 🌹❀ "Jeanette Vizguerra, the undocumented mother of four who took sanctuary in a Denver church to avoid deportation, walked out of the church Friday morning after she was granted a 2-year stay of deportation on Thursday. It’s a special day for me because I will be able to celebrate MothersDay with my children and grandchildren,” said Vizguerra in a press conference outside the church where she was staying. Still, she vowed to continue fighting for other undocumented immigrants threatened with deportation. β€œTheir struggle is my struggle, and my struggle is their struggle, because we are a community,” she said. Vizguerra, who is originally from Mexico and has lived in the U.S. for two decades, took refuge in the First Unitarian Society after her first stay of removal expired and she skipped a meeting with ICE, fearing deportation. A private bill was introduced in Congress to grant Vizguerra a lawful permanent resident status, and she quickly became a symbol of impact of President DonaldTrump’s immigration policies on law-abiding immigrants. Vizguerra was included in the 2017 TIME 100 list of most influential people." HereToStay
Anaconda, Children, and Church: Jeanette Vizguerra Took
 Refuge in a Church to
 Avoid Deportation. She's
 Now Walking Free for
 Mother's Day
 Source: TIME
 undocumedia
 She was granted a stay of removal
πŸ¦‹πŸ˜’πŸ˜Š YES!!! FelizDiaDeLasMadres Jeanette 🌹❀ "Jeanette Vizguerra, the undocumented mother of four who took sanctuary in a Denver church to avoid deportation, walked out of the church Friday morning after she was granted a 2-year stay of deportation on Thursday. It’s a special day for me because I will be able to celebrate MothersDay with my children and grandchildren,” said Vizguerra in a press conference outside the church where she was staying. Still, she vowed to continue fighting for other undocumented immigrants threatened with deportation. β€œTheir struggle is my struggle, and my struggle is their struggle, because we are a community,” she said. Vizguerra, who is originally from Mexico and has lived in the U.S. for two decades, took refuge in the First Unitarian Society after her first stay of removal expired and she skipped a meeting with ICE, fearing deportation. A private bill was introduced in Congress to grant Vizguerra a lawful permanent resident status, and she quickly became a symbol of impact of President DonaldTrump’s immigration policies on law-abiding immigrants. Vizguerra was included in the 2017 TIME 100 list of most influential people." HereToStay

πŸ¦‹πŸ˜’πŸ˜Š YES!!! FelizDiaDeLasMadres Jeanette 🌹❀ "Jeanette Vizguerra, the undocumented mother of four who took sanctuary in a Denver church to avo...