MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Children of undocumented parents in South Florida face an uncertain future, but one Homestead woman has made it her job to watch out for them.
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Nora Sandigo’s “children” are from so-called ‘mixed status’ families. The kids are citizens, born in the U.S., but their parents are undocumented immigrants, many facing the threat of deportation.
Sandigo decided to do something to protect the children, so she became their legal guardian. And how many are we talking about?
“One thousand and twenty-nine,” she said.
Sandigo spends every day fielding calls from worried parents looking to sign over legal guardianship in case they are deported.
“Nobody knows where they (the children) go, nobody thinks if they have a roof, if
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