Johana Restrepo/Protesters in Phoenix blocked immigration enforcement vans from leaving the Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in Phoenix on Feb. The protest was spurred after a Mesa mother was taken into custody by ICE after a routine check-in with the agency. That changed Wednesday, when Garcia de Rayos went to check in as usual at the central Phoenix offices of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.Representatives from Puente Arizona-Grassroots Organizing for Human Rights talk to families who are directly impacted by President Donald Trump's announcement on immigration. For four years, federal immigration authorities have given Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos a pass to remain in the U. Instead of being released, she was taken into custody, while her husband, two children — both U.9, 2017, outside the Kino Border Initiative, in Nogales, Sonora.Mark Henle/Guadalupe García de Rayos reunites with her children in Nogales, Mexico.The Metro Light Rail is continually being expanded and can get you into downtown (Phoenix) but like so many other dense cities the bus system is functional enough and will get you where you need to go.If you're looking for the best things to do in Phoenix, we have a great list for you including local hot spots, hidden gems, and fun and unique things to do in Phoenix.
I'll do my best to give an objective perspective to living in "the valley" - a common term referencing Phoenix and the immediate surrounding areas.Nick Oza/Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos is locked in a van that is stopped by protesters outside the ICE office on Feb. For the past four years, federal immigration authorities have given Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos a pass to remain in the U. S.-born citizens — and a group of supporters watched in tears.BREAKING: Arizona mom in immigration fight has been deported, attorney says And by Wednesday night, her case had become the latest epicenter of the national debate over immigration enforcement.Abril Gallardo, lead organizer for Living United for Change Arizona, talks about how the Trump administration's new guidelines on immigration enforcement affect DACA recipients.David Kadlubowski/Jacqueline Rayos Garcia and Angel Rayos Garcia are reunited with their mother, Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, on Feb.