Mom Faces Deportation to Mexico on Kids' First School Day

Undocumented immigrant Angelina Venegas was ordered to leave her three children in North Carolina.
0:43 | 08/15/13

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One community is fighting hard to keep a mother with her children as she faces deportation. Angelina of -- is set to be deported to Mexico the same -- her three children all -- the United States. -- to start school this year she's been within the US without documentation for fourteen years and -- began when she was caught driving without a license and Charlotte, North Carolina after getting into a car accident. And upon arrest Vegas says she unknowingly signed a voluntary departure for now unless a judge how the change of heart. Shall be deported to Mexico. She says that she once -- -- to stay in the US -- without a caretaker know what to go home with her. Community activists are -- trying to rally support to get the case dropped.

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