This Bucks County, Pa., dad has primary custody of his kids, 16 and 4. Now, he faces deportation
When his father goes off to work, 4-year-old Carter Diaz cries inconsolably. So Carter’s older sister, Isabella, 16, isn’t sure how she’ll be able to comfort him if immigration authorities deport her father, a Mexican immigrant who has lived, worked, and raised a family in this country with permission of the U.S. government for more than a decade, under an order of supervision renewed every two years.
“I feel like this will be the same [as when he leaves for work], but this time there’s no way that he could come back,” she said.
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