Undocumented woman detained in Rio Grande City Shopping Center

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Agents with the border patrol arrested woman near Rio Grande City, Saturday as she left from a shopping center. According to border patrol, law enforcement took the woman identified as Leticia Garcia the Harlingen, where they communicated with her family. She’s married to a citizen of the United States and has lived in the country for the past 10 years, has two children ages 3 and 7 years, old the older identified as having special needs.

 

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Undocumented woman detained in Rio Grande City Shopping Center

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11 Comments

  1. Ok, so if she is married to a u.s. citizen she should of had legal documentation. I think their is more to the story than what’s being reported.

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  2. There’s a shopping center in Rio Grande City??

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    • N**ga looks like you live 24/7 at the shopping centers grazing off the shelves😂😂😂 ….#StarrCounty ⭐️🌴✌🏽

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    • Did you come up with that all by yourself?

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  3. Really what F**king shopping center if Rio grande city only f**king has a damn Walmart and an HEB ,and that’s a F**KING SHOPPING CENTER ppl f**king plz

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  4. This something I have never understood, how do you live in the US for so long but yet never manage to become at least resident of the US especially when you have kids to think of and then when something like this happens and everyone sees the wrong in it.

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  5. I know the story did not say what they did, or plan to do with her but this is not (IMO) the type person that needs to be deported… unless there is something not mentioned in the article, like murderer, welfare fraud, habitual drunk driver…

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  6. There must be something not mentioned,because if husband is US Citizen she should have dine something about her documents. Plus most of these people upset that Trump is deporting them, this started way before Trump took office, but they had plenty of time to become residents legally or US Citizens why until now thru are protesting or marching upset about that, plus as years go by cost is higher. I know as I was a Notary fir over 40 years and during that time we were allowed to fill out those applications and I know it wasn’t as high as what immigration attorneys charge now. So they could have not had problems staying here with their US born children

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