Families struggle with where to educate their U.S. citizen children after a parent has been deported : News Photo

Families struggle with where to educate their U.S. citizen children after a parent has been deported

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PORT ISABEL, TX - MARCH 10: Princess Martinez, center, holds her daughter Mia Perdomo, 4, on the municipal bus ride to Brownsville, Tx., where they will cross the U.S.-Mexico border on their commute home to Matamoros, Mexico. The family used to live in Port Isabel, Tx. until Martinez's husband was deported to Mexico. Now, the six Perdomo sisters stay with relatives during the week in Port Isabel, Tx. so they can continue to go to school in the United States. Photographed March 10, 2011 in the Laguna Heights neighborhood outside Port Isabel, TX. (Photo by Alexandra Garcia / The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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PORT ISABEL, TX - MARCH 10: Princess Martinez, center, holds her daughter Mia Perdomo, 4, on the municipal bus ride to Brownsville, Tx., where they will cross the U.S.-Mexico border on their commute home to Matamoros, Mexico. The family used to live in Port Isabel, Tx. until Martinez's husband was deported to Mexico. Now, the six Perdomo sisters stay with relatives during the week in Port Isabel, Tx. so they can continue to go to school in the United States. Photographed March 10, 2011 in the Laguna Heights neighborhood outside Port Isabel, TX. (Photo by Alexandra Garcia / The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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