“A border between countries was not strong enough to divide this loving family. A true life saga of one family’s struggle to reunite loved ones torn apart by government bureaucracy.
“Araceli would have to spend some time in Mexico; this was understood. The attorney was vague from the beginning by mentioning that she would need to spend at least three days in Mexico to finalize her being granted US citizenship. Then out of the other side of his mouth he stated the time could be one or two months. Nothing was concrete. We could never pinpoint the attorney to any default answer. The attorney also informed Kasey that it was imperative he and the baby go with Araceli to the first appointment. Did they think e wouldn’t go? Of course, my son would be there for his family, just try to stop him.”