US immigration crackdown tearing families apart

July 12, 2009

A US government crackdown on illegal immigration has torn families apart, and human rights activists say millions of children are left in a lurch when their parents are forced out of the country. In Guatemala a woman lost custody of her two children after US authorities deported her back to her hometown of Joyaba. Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports.

A US government crackdown on illegal immigration has torn families apart, and human rights activists say millions of children are left in a lurch when their parents are forced out of the country. In Guatemala a woman lost custody of her two children after US authorities deported her back to her hometown of Joyaba. Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports.



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