Daniel González

Arizona Republic

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Reporter  Daniel González covers immigration, Latino issues and minority communities for the Arizona Republic.

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Guadalupe García de Rayos is locked in a van that is stopped in the street by protesters outside the ICE office in Phoenix on Feburary 8, 2017.

Arizona woman is deported under Trump's new removal rules

Guadalupe García de Rayos is locked in a van that is stopped in the street by protesters outside the ICE office in Phoenix on Feburary 8, 2017.

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Illegal immigrants brought to the US as children have been lining up this week. President Obama has ordered that  some can apply to defer deportation  for two years.

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Illegal immigrants brought to the US as children have been lining up this week. President Obama has ordered that some can apply to defer deportation for two years.

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