As the undocumented mother of American army-members, Imelda and her husband are eligible for a parole in place (PIP). This protection benefits undocumented relatives of army members, protecting them from deportation and opening a path for residency. Under Trump PIP could end.

Looking past headlines and statistics about deportation you'll find human beings who are caught in between a country that kicked them out and a country they don’t understand. They often fall into depression, turn to addiction, which could lead to suicide. But there are non-profits and churches trying to catch them and help them adjust to their new lives beyond the border.