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Juana Luz Tobar Ortega ha estado viviendo en la Iglesia Episcopal San Bernabé en Greensboro por dos semanas para eludir una orden de deportación del Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas de Estados Unidos (ICE, por sus siglas en ingles). Ortega, quien emigró de Guatemala a los Estados Unidos hace casi 25 años, es la primera persona en Carolina del Norte en obtener santuario en una iglesia. Ortega y su familia le piden al Senador Thom Tillis que interceda por ella ante ICE para aplazar su deportación y que ella pueda quedarse en el país con su familia. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
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