DREAMer Stranded in Mexico After Confusion at Port

EL PASO  — A  mistake that left a deferred action beneficiary unable to re-enter the United States for weeks is being cited by immigration attorneys both as an example of confusion over certain laws and as a warning to those with a sensitive immigration status.

On Aug. 12, Josue Alberto Rodriguez, 24, who received legal permission six months ago to remain in the U.S. through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals initiative, was driving to the West Texas border town of Presidio to pick up his sister and her family. When he realized he was approaching a port of ...

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