After surviving his kidnapping, he fled to the US on a tourist visa in early and left his daughter behind with a family, believing she wouldn't be targeted. CBP ultimately allowed the mother and three children to enter the US, but the kids have to check in with ICE and still have orders of removal from the country. The decision has panicked immigrant advocates and lawyers who are worried the family will be separated. But because of the so-called transit ban, they were ineligible for asylum. This included forcing people to vote for the ruling party by threatening to withhold food boxes from people living in a country facing food shortages and suffering from hyperinflation. In a similar case last year, a Texas immigration judge granted a mother from Venezuela who was attacked for protesting against the Maduro administration the ability to stay in the US under withholding of removal — but not her three children. A State Department advisory for the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, which includes cities like Matamoros, warns US citizens about threats to safety when traveling to the area, noting that murder, kidnapping, and sexual assault are common. Branly, 47, who declined to use his full name out of fear, and his thenyear-old daughter applied for asylum at the border on July CBP did not immediately return a request for comment.
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