American Wife Reunites With Deported Husband In Mexico : News Photo

American Wife Reunites With Deported Husband In Mexico

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NOGALES, MEXICO - MARCH 10: Javier Guerrero from Mexico eats with his visiting son, Javier Jr (3), a U.S. citizen, at a soup kitchen for immigrants near the U.S.-Mexico border on March 10, 2013 in Nogales, Mexico. He is married to American citizen Lace Rodriguez, and the family had lived together in Phoenix. Guerrero, an undocumented worker from Mexico, said he was detained by the U.S. Border Patrol after being stopped for speeding and drug possession, held for three months by ICE and then deported March 4 to Nogales, Mexico. Guerrero had lived in the United States for 17 years. He and Rodriguez, a medical student, have two children, and she is nine-months pregnant with a third. The splitting up of families has become a major issue as the U.S. works towards immigration reform. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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NOGALES, MEXICO - MARCH 10: Javier Guerrero from Mexico eats with his visiting son, Javier Jr (3), a U.S. citizen, at a soup kitchen for immigrants near the U.S.-Mexico border on March 10, 2013 in Nogales, Mexico. He is married to American citizen Lace Rodriguez, and the family had lived together in Phoenix. Guerrero, an undocumented worker from Mexico, said he was detained by the U.S. Border Patrol after being stopped for speeding and drug possession, held for three months by ICE and then deported March 4 to Nogales, Mexico. Guerrero had lived in the United States for 17 years. He and Rodriguez, a medical student, have two children, and she is nine-months pregnant with a third. The splitting up of families has become a major issue as the U.S. works towards immigration reform. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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