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This Bucks County, Pa., dad has primary custody of his kids, 16 and 4. Now, he faces deportation

July 24, 2018 GMT

By Staff

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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