U.S. Soldier's Wife Avoids Deportation The wife of a soldier missing in Iraq has obtained papers for permanent residency in the United States. Yaderlin Hiraldo Jimenez entered the United States illegally and was facing deportation. Those proceedings were stopped when word came that her husband had been captured.
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U.S. Soldier's Wife Avoids Deportation

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U.S. Soldier's Wife Avoids Deportation

U.S. Soldier's Wife Avoids Deportation

U.S. Soldier's Wife Avoids Deportation

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The wife of a soldier missing in Iraq has obtained papers for permanent residency in the United States. Yaderlin Hiraldo Jimenez entered the United States illegally and was facing deportation. Those proceedings were stopped when word came that her husband had been captured.

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