A Honduran student detained by ICE in the US released

Chicago, Illinois, United States.

A judge granted the possibility of being released on bail to Honduran Meydi Guzmán Rivas, a high school student Crystal Lake Central, once she was allegedly arrested for missing a court date.

Meydi was in the custody of Immigration and Customs Control Service (ICE) since October 2019. “In October of this year, when she went to immigration court she was arrested with her dad,” he said Sara Huser in 2019 to Univision Chicago News, while demanding their freedom.

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Huser is a high school counselor in Crystal Lake Central and from the moment of Meydi’s arrest, he created a GoFundMe page to help her financially.

Meydi’s dad was also arrested after missing the court date in February 2019. As part of the process after his arrest on the southern border of the United States in 2018, Meydi’s dad was placed in another penitentiary center

The compatriot with her father escaped violence in Honduras in the summer of 2018. Members of the community of Crystal Lake Central They described Meydi’s release as a triumph.

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The Honduran Meydi Guzmán Rivas.

Maydi radiates charisma

His charisma and history has stolen the hearts of many, including those of Sara Huser The young girl would graduate in spring 2020, a dream that has remained in limbo. Still Sara has plans for her.

On the other hand, the whole community came together to obtain their release. Even immigration lawyer Nathan Reyes did his best to get the girl out of jail where she was admitted to Pulaski County – about 300 miles south of Chicago.


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