Jaime Leon Rivas (credit: CBS)

Colorado Teen Facing Deportation Allowed To Graduate High School

A Colorado teenager facing deportation will be allowed to graduate high school after he was granted a one-year delay.


Jaime Leon Rivas has won a stay of deportation that will allow him to graduate from high school with his senior class next month. (Getty Images)

High School Student Who Was Scheduled For Deportation Will Graduate With Senior Class

Jaime Leon Rivas has won a stay of deportation that will allow him to graduate from high school.


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Friends And Family Rally To Support Teen Facing Deportation

Nearly 100 friends and family members came out on Tuesday to support a teen who is facing deportation.


Jeanette Vizguerra (credit: CBS)

Community Activist Wins Fight To Stay In U.S. — For Now

An Aurora community activist has won a fight to stay in the U.S. with her family — for now.


Jeanete Vizguerra with others at the rally on Wednesday (credit: CBS)

Time Running Out For Aurora Community Leader Facing Deportation

A mother from Aurora has been an outspoken advocate for immigrants in Colorado who, like her, are facing deportation. Supporters of immigration reform are using her story to turn up the heat.


File photo of a protester rallying against the deportation of a Denver woman. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Woman Adopted As Baby Faces Deportation To India

Attorneys are scrambling to find a way to prevent the deportation of a woman who was adopted from an orphanage in India as a 3-month-old baby following a determination by the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that she is in the country illegally.


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102 Arrested For Deportation In Colorado, Wyoming

Immigration officials say 102 people have been arrested for deportation in Colorado and Wyoming as part of a nationwide roundup.


Undocumented Mexican immigrant Jeanette Vizguerra holds her three month old daughter Zury in her family apartment on May 30, 2011 in Aurora. Vizguerra, a mother of three American children, is facing a deportation hearing July 13 at Denver's Federal Courthouse. Just one of millions of undocumented immigrants living in the United States, Vizguerra first came to Colorado from Mexico City with her husband 14 years before. Now a community activist for immigration rights and a small business owner of a janitorial service, she was stopped by a traffic policemen for driving with expired tags and was taken to jail when she could not prove she was in the country legally. She has been out on bail for two years during lengthy court proceedings, but now faces the real possibility that she will be deported back to Mexico and separated from her family in the United States. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Outspoken Advocate For Immigrants Faces Deportation

An Aurora woman who has been an outspoken advocate for immigrants in Colorado is facing deportation. On Monday the support she gave others came back to her.



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