Laura S. knew almost immediately on that Texas evening in June 2009 what would happen if authorities deported her from U.S. soil.
After a state law enforcement officer stopped her, a relative and friends around midnight for a reported driving infraction, he demanded to see their immigration papers. Tears flowed from her eyes. For the young mother of three kids, who lacked those papers, deportation meant more than just a trip across a border.
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