A pregnant mother who spent more than a month in an Otay Mesa immigration detention facility has been reunited with her three daughters in North County. Maria Solis Jasso was released from the facility on an order of supervision Tuesday night, and now plans to fight her immigration case from home. Solis' sister, Izabel, described receiving the news of her release. "It was a miracle," she said, tearfully. "It was so emotional. It was hard to believe, but it was so happy."
In San Diego, a pregnant mother in immigration detention embodies the broadened focus of President Trump's immigration crackdown, which no longer pivots around serious criminals but anyone who entered the country illegally. Maria Solis Jasso, 28, filed an application for release from the Otay Mesa Detention Facility earlier this month, with the hope of fighting deportation from her home in North County, where she lives with her three daughters, ages 10, 4 and 2.
The ACLU of San Diego and Imperial counties is asking Immigration and Customs Enforcement to release a pregnant mother from an Otay Mesa detention facility and allow her to fight her immigration case from her home in North County. Maria Solis Jasso spoke to KPBS about her detention a few weeks ago, saying she fears having a miscarriage because she believes the high levels of stress in the detention facility are causing her to experience severe cramping.
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