SALT LAKE CITY —
Her partner in Utah, a Mexican national with whom she has two children, won’t have permission to go back to El Salvador with her, and she doesn’t have permission to go to Mexico. If she returns, he will stay in the U.S. with their two children.
“They told me they are giving us time to save money to afford a home in El Salvador,” she told The Salt Lake Tribune in Spanish.
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