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Undocumented Mexican: Samuel Oliver-Bruno and Deportation Reprieve

undocumented mexican: The congregants were preparing a sort of migrant caravan of their own, shuttling a single Mexican immigrant on a 15-mile journey from the church in Durham, North Carolina, to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office building in Morrisville, according to Toronto Star. The undocumented immigrant, Samuel Oliver-Bruno, had an appointment. Hands shot up without hesitation. A demonstrator is arrested after Samuel Oliver-Bruno, 47, an undocumented Mexican national, was arrested after arriving at an appointment with immigration officials, in Morrisville, N.C., Friday, Nov. 23. Travis Long / The Associated Press It was supposed to be routine, just a fingerprint a step on the road to a deportation reprieve. He had been living in City Well United Methodist Church in Durham since late 2017 to avoid the reach of immigration officers, who generally avoid making arrests at churches. ( As reported in the news.