Updated July 24, 2019 07:07:48 A “blessing” has been delivered to the home of an illegal immigrant from Mexico.
Key points:The baby’s mother, who is not named, was born on a US passport and is expected to live in the US for the rest of her lifeThe baby was born in Michigan, not in Mexico, which could give her the right to stay and raise the child in the countryHer mother, Carmen Lopez, was given permission by US authorities to return home.
Ms Lopez was granted temporary residency in the United States and is now expected to stay with her daughter.
“The mother is an illegal alien from Mexico and the baby is American,” said US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesperson Julia Ponce de Leon.
“We can tell you that the child is expected in the U.S. and we expect the mother to abide by all the rules of her home country.”
She will remain in the custody of the Department of Homeland Security until she can return to her home state of Mexico.
“Ms Ponce De Leon said that ICE had issued a warrant to her office for her arrest.
She added that the baby’s birth had raised some questions.”
Is this the first time that we’ve seen such a blessing, as the mother had been previously deported,” Ms Ponce said.”
Or is this just the first of many such blessings that will come from this case?
“This is a blessing that’s going to last for the mother and her daughter, so the baby will live with her mother and the mother will be able to live with the baby.”
And that’s not going to be any different for the child.
“Ms Lopez’s birth is not the first instance of a baby born in the USA to be born to an illegal Mexican citizen.
The baby, named Gabriel, was brought to the US from Mexico by his mother in April 2018.
He was placed in a foster home and later placed with a relative.
In the past, the mother has claimed that she had an agreement with ICE that allowed her to bring her son to the U, but that the agency was never in a position to grant her such an immigration status.
Her lawyer, Laura Loomis, said the family was hopeful that the US authorities would grant her a temporary stay.”
I hope that they will grant her the visa to bring him home,” Ms Looms said.
The mother’s lawyer, Paul J. Weiss, said that his client was very happy that the birth was recognised as a blessing.”
This baby is a son born to this mother,” Mr Weiss said.”[She] is a citizen, she has a US visa, she’s a US resident, she came to the United State to live and work.
“But she did it illegally.”
Ms Loomes said that the case was the first one she had brought to federal authorities to help address illegal immigration in the state.