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#BringThemHome: Help Kimberly return to her family!

With no social security number, Kimberly had limited opportunities. Faced with such a hard situation, she felt she had to look for a future somewhere.

Now in Mexico, Kimberly has realized that she has no place there.

Kimberly has done nothing wrong and shouldn't be punished by keeping her away from her family, just for pursuing a dream.

TAKE ACTION - MAKE A CALL:

National ICE @ 202-732-3000 or 202-732-3100

Sample Script: “I am calling to ask that you allow Kimberly (A# 206-27-0534) back into the U.S. She has a home and community waiting for her. Let her come home!!"

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The Petition

To President Obama, Secretary of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, and leaders of the State of Washington:

Kimberly Sotelo Ochoa (A# 206-27-0534) was brought to the U.S. from Mexico when she was just 3 years old. For the next 17 years, her life revolved around her school and friends. She had a typical childhood in Central Washington that involved school projects, sports and after school clubs. With extended family in California and Arizona, and her mother and sisters, all legal residents, by her side, the United States has always been the home where she flourished as an adolescent, teenager and as an adult.

When the time came to pursue her dream of going to college and becoming a surgeon, she found it impossible to move forward. A lack of a social security number meant she was unable to apply for scholarships, college, and jobs. She felt like an outsider and thought her only choice was to pursue her future in Mexico, a country that she could not adapt to once she was there. Even when speaking Spanish her American accent came through.

For people like Kimberly, who have lived in the U.S. for several years, and consider this their home, there is no way for them to come home. After having lived in the U.S. for a long period of time, people like Kimberly have found that they are being targeted in their origin countries, all because of the fact that they lived in the U.S. before. Kimberly can't keep living like this; she has been mugged and threatened in Mexico. All she wants is to be reunited with her family in Washington.

We are asking that you allow for Kimberly to come home to the United States. This person has no other way of coming home. They've already tried everything else. We feel that people, who have lived in the U.S. for a long time, should be allowed to reunite with their families. A lot of these people were forced to leave the U.S., either because they were deported, had family deported, or were fleeing policies like SB1070. If your administration is an advocate to immigrants, then people like Kimberly should be allowed to come home.

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Kimberly Sotelo Ochoa (A# 206-27-0534) fue llevada a los EE.UU. de México cuando tenía sólo 3 años de edad. Durante los siguientes 17 años, su vida giraba alrededor de su escuela y amigos. Tuvo una infancia típica en el Central Washington que involucró proyectos de la escuela , los deportes y clubes después de la escuela . Con familia extendida en California y Arizona, y su madre y hermanas, todos residentes legales, por su lado, los EE.UU. siempre ha sido el hogar donde ella ha prosperado como adolescente y adulto.

Cuando llegó el momento para perseguir su sueño de ir a la universidad y convertirse en un cirujana le resultaba imposible avanzar debido a la falta de un número de seguro social que significaba que ella era incapaz de solicitar becas, la universidad, y los puestos de trabajo. Se sentía como un extraña y pensó que su única opción era buscar su futuro en México, pero México es un país que no conocía y una vez allí, se le notaba. Incluso cuando ella habla español su acento americano es claro.

Para las personas como Kimberly , que han vivido en los EE.UU. durante varios años, y consideran esta su casa, no hay manera de que vuelvan a casa . Después de haber vivido en los EE.UU. por un largo período de tiempo, las personas como Kimberly han encontrado que están en la mira en sus países de origen, todo por el hecho de que vivían en los EE.UU. antes . Kimberly no puede seguir viviendo así, ella ha sido asaltada y amenazada en México . Lo único que quiere es volver a reunirse con su familia en Washington.

Estamos pidiendo que usted permite a Kimberly volver a casa a los Estados Unidos. Esta persona no tiene otra manera de volver a casa, ya han intentado todo lo demás. Creemos que las personas, que han vivido en los EE.UU. por un largo tiempo, se debe permitir a reunirse con sus familias. Muchas de estas personas se vieron obligados a salir de los EE.UU., ya sea porque fueron deportados, habían deportado su familia, o huían leyes como SB1070. Si su administración es un defensor de los inmigrantes, gente como Kimberly se debe permitir volver a casa.

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