NEW HAVEN >> Nury Chavarria, who was on the verge of being deported for a decade back to Guatemala last week, has now been granted a stay of that order.
It has been an emotional roller coaster for the 43-year-old undocumented immigrant, who had gotten stays for multiple years based on humanitarian grounds, but was told in the last month to buy a one-way ticket to a country she has not seen in 24 years.
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Chavarria decided she could not leave her four U.S. citizen children behind and took up sanctuary in Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal in Fair Haven a week ago with her youngest, nine-year-old, Hayley Chavarria.
What was going to be another rally Wednesday demonstrating continuing local support for her and similarly situated
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