Family Forced to Abandon The US in Order To Be Together

Rodrigo Ortega, 35, lives in Rosarito, Mexico with his American wife and two American-citizen children. A little over a year ago, Ortega was deported. Since then, his wife and kids have relocated to Mexico in order to be with him. Full Story »

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Alexandria Rainey
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by Alexandria Rainey - Apr. 7, 2013

I enjoyed reading this article and felt that it was very intriguing and an example of good journalism. I was really emotional reading this article because it saddened me to know that the Immagration in the United States can be so unfair and keep a family apart. I feel that at least one spouse should be a citizen of the United States in order for the other to gain citizenship. This guy's family has been forced to move to Mexico and struggle all because the father was not an American citizen. This article, although depressing, is very insightful and informative. Americans are unware of these immigration rules, so this was really an eye-opener.

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