Cornered by Trump: An undocumented woman hopes to save her family’s tire shop, alone and with an ankle monitor
Guatemalan immigrant Maty Muy went to an ICE office in March to renew her work permit and wound up facing a nightmare. Her husband was detained and she got an ankle monitor. She now fixes tires in the family's shop and fights to remain in the United States, where their son was born. Her case reflects how deportation priorities have shifted under Trump.
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In photos: With her husband in ICE detention, she runs the family's tire repair stop
With her husband in detention, this undocumented woman takes over the family’s auto shop
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