Guadalupe García de Rayos: Mom of 2 Deported After Annual ICE Meeting

Guadalupe García de Rayos: Mom of 2 Deported After Annual ICE Meeting

Guadalupe García de Rayos: Mom of 2 Deported After Annual ICE Meeting

Ultimately, Garcia de Rayos for using someone else's Social Security number - a common way for immigrants without papers to get a job in the United States.

Garcia, who is 36, came to the US when she was 14 years old and has lived here for 22 years.

The mother of two was convicted of "felony identity theft in 2009 for working at the Golfland Sunsplash amusement park in Mesa", according to 12 News. Ever since then, ICE has required her to check in every six months for short meetings pertaining to her case. "She is stronger than I am, when she heard she was going to be taken in, she took a deep breath, asked what the next step that would happen, and she went into custody".

"The only crime my mother committed was to go to work to give a better life for her children", she said. "She has harmed no one", she said in both Spanish and English.

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People were chanting "Liberation, not deportation". Police in riot gear showed up around 10 p.m. local time (midnight ET) and said seven of the protesters were arrested "without force".

After reporting for her normal check-in with ICE, she never came out.

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PHOENIX An Arizona mother of two who lived in the United States for more than 20 years was deported to Mexico on Thursday, becoming one of the first to be swept up in the Trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigrants in the United States, her attorney and family said. Then Garcia de Rayos and her lawyer entered the building, as supporters gathered outside the building. She was not a threat to public or national safety and had not committed any serious felonies or misdemeanors.

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The protests spread beyond the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE) facility in Phoenix, with a petition to block the deportation quickly reaching around 3,500 signatures and hashtags such as #FreeLupita, #WhyIResist, and #GuadalupeGarcia circulating on Twitter. "We base that off of our two USA citizen children, the fact that she is a victim of one of Arpaio's raids". He recently signed an executive order that effectively expanded the definition of a deportation-prioritized criminal offense for unauthorized immigrants to include any criminal offense, even those that haven't been officially charged yet but are "acts that constitute a chargeable criminal offense".

"I'm going to keep on fighting for my mom and for the other families that are going through the same thing because this is unfair", she said.

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