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Immigrants / Sanctuary & Deportation #1113956

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 29, 2017
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(Studio: Morgan Radford) The case of one Guatemala-born woman, Nory Chavarria††, who is seeking sanctuary in a church in Connecticut after immigration officials told her to leave the country, presented; scenes shown from the church; details given about other undocumented people who take refuge in churches; government statistics cited. [Daughter Hayley†† CHAVARRIA††- recalls the day her mother was ordered deported.] [CHAVARRIA††- says she made her life here; reacts to her temporary reprieve.] [Center for Immigration Studies Jessica VAUGHAN†- talks about sanctuary people & the system.] [Former Customs & Immigration Enforcement asst. secretary Julie Myers WOOD†- says some are now priorities for deportation.]

Balart, Jose Diaz;
Radford, Morgan

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