Mexico warns citizens in U.S. after woman deported

Guadalupe García de Rayos, a decades-long resident of Phoenix, Arizona and mother of two, was unceremoniously arrested and hauled away in a deportation van late Wednesday, one of the first deportations of an undocumented immigrant with no violent record to occur under President Donald Trump's anti-immigrant executive order. While the orders make clear that Trump will prioritize the deportation of criminals, the order on "Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States" greatly expands what the federal government considers a crime worthy of a speedy deportation.

Garcia de Rayos spent 22 years in the country illegally, arriving in the USA when she was 14.

Mr Trump "took the gloves off agents and has permitted these agents to go after immigrants regardless of their ties and contributions to the United States" she said. "No one is illegal!" as her husband and two children watched.

Garcia de Rayos was among workers arrested years ago in one of then-Sheriff Joe Arpaio's first investigations into Phoenix-area businesses suspected of hiring immigrants who had used fraudulent IDs to get jobs.

The ministry also noted that the Mexican government, its embassy in the US and the consular network there would "continue to provide assistance and protection to all Mexicans who require it regardless of their immigration status".

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She said that for now he is considering staying in the border town of Nogales to be close to her teenage children, who will continue studying in Arizona.

"We're living in a new era now, an era of war on immigrants", Ms de Rayos's lawyer, Ray A Ybarra Maldonado told the New York Times.

An immigrant mother who was granted leniency under the Obama administration has been deported to Mexico in a sign of how President Donald Trump will carry through on his campaign promises on immigration.

Garcia de Rayos, 35, had lived in the US for more than two decades and her two children are both USA citizens.

Police ultimately removed the protester from the wheel, arrested a total of six people, and the van drove away.

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It is believed she was deported to Nogales, Mexico.

Emotional protests broke out in Phoenix Wednesday night after a Mexican-born mother-of-two was detained for deportation. "Well, Carter Evans found a woman caught by this order who had been allowed to remain in Phoenix under president Obama's immigration policy, " said anchor Scott Pelley during the lead-in to Evan's report. He says she is waiting for her parents to arrive there from the south-central Mexican state of Guanajuato to meet her.

In a statement explaining why Garcia had been detained Wednesday, ICE noted that "Ms. Garcia De Rayos has a prior felony conviction dating from March 2009 for criminal impersonation".

On Thursday, Ice said in a statement that her "immigration case underwent review at multiple levels of the immigration court system, including the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the judges held she did not have a legal basis to remain in the US".

Maldonado disagrees with Trump's new executive order, calling it a "complete sham".

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The deportation of Garcia de Rayos came days after the Trump administration broadened regulations under which some people will be deported.


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