Johana Restrepo/Protesters in Phoenix blocked immigration enforcement vans from leaving the Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in Phoenix on Feb. The protest was spurred after a Mesa mother was taken into custody by ICE after a routine check-in with the agency. For four years, federal immigration authorities have given Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos a pass to remain in the U. Instead of being released, she was taken into custody, while her husband, two children — both U.
Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos is locked in a van that is stopped by protesters outside the ICE office on Feb. For the past four years, federal immigration authorities have given Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos a pass to remain in the U. S.-born citizens — and a group of supporters watched in tears.
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Looking on is his mom, Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos (center), and his sister, Jacqueline Rayos Garcia (right).
Jacqueline de Garcia Rayos (right, daughter, 14) and Angel de Garcia Rayos (16, son) check social media on their phones while een route to Nogales, Sonora,to be reunited with their mother, Guadalupe de Garcia Rayos.
10, 2017, at the Hotel Fray Marcos de Niza in Nogales, Sonora. Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos (left, sitting) answers questions, February 9, 2017, during a press conference at the Kino Border Initiative, Nogales, Sonora.
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Before midnight, after hours of protests outside the ICE office on North Central Avenue, federal vehicles left the facility, possibly with Garcia de Rayos inside.
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Angel Rayos Garcia, 16, the son of Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, speaks to the press as he is comforted by his father, the husband of Guadalupe, who doesn't wish to be identified by name, outside ICE headquarters in Phoenix on Feb. Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos was taken into custody on Wednesday and deported to Mexico on Thursday.