On 10, Bethel resident Rebecca Trimble received a letter from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) informing her she had 33 days to leave the country february. In December 2016, 3 years early in the day, Rebecca had filed an I-485 “Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status” with USCIS. USCIS denied Rebecca’s application because she had voted when you look at the November 2008 federal election, soon after graduating senior high school.
Excerpt from USCIS denial letter
Rebecca was used from Mexico as an infant by an couple that is american. Her delivery mom ended up being twelve years old and may maybe perhaps not look after an infant. American missionaries contacted an Oregon few they knew who had been seeking to follow simply because they could n’t have kiddies. They found Mexico and used Rebecca.
Rebecca ended up being delivered to the usa in 1989 by her parents that are adoptive she was just days old. She grew up in Oregon and Vancouver, Washington. She relocated to Washington in 8th grade along with her mother after her adoptive parents divorced. While going to senior school, Rebecca met her future husband John Trimble. John had been a junior and Rebecca was a senior. He went track and she had been a field and track supervisor. They dated for four years and got engaged as he was at college. They certainly were on the method to residing the United states dream.
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