Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn A Year Without Jorge Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. A year after her husband Jorge Garcia was deported to Mexico, Cindy Garcia, left, her daughter, Soleil, and son, Jorge Jr. have had to adjust to a new normal. They gathered to say a quick prayer before school in early December. Jose Juarez, Special to Detroit News Fullscreen Jorge Garcia, second from right, came to the United States illegally when he was 10. For years, Garcia tried to adjust his immigration status but failed. In January of 2018, he was deported. On the left is his wife, Cindy, son Jorge Jr. and his daughter Soleil is on his right. Facebook/Cindy Garcia Fullscreen Buy Photo Since her husband of 16 years was deported, Cindy has emerged as a vocal advocate for those “living in the shadows.” In June, she spoke at a gathering near the Spirit of Detroit. Sarah Rahal, The Detroit News Buy Photo Fullscreen Buy Photo “It’s a whole new life,” said Cindy, sitting with Soleil, now 16, and Jorge Jr., of living life without her husband. Robin Buckson, The Detroit News Buy Photo Fullscreen An orange sign sits in… Read full this story
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