Dallas, Texas: The Isenberg Center for Immigration Empowerment (ICIE) was working for two straight weeks in the matter of GUADALUPE. GUADALUPE is a foreign national from Mexico who was detained by Custom Border Patrol (CBP) for trying to enter the United States illegally with a coyote. GUADALUPE is a 42 year old female that suffers from schizophrenia who was not being attended properly until ICIE got involved in this matter. GUADALUPE was not taking her medication because they were refusing to give her the medication because it was prescribed in Mexico.
A few days after ICIE got involved in the matter, GUADALUPE was finally able to see a medical doctor and a psychiatrist who was able to prescribe her the medicine she desperately needed. ICIE is glad to announce that GUADALUPE is in a stable state and generally enjoyed good health. On Thursday, October 25, 2012, GUADALUPE should be released from detention and deported to Mexico to be reunited with her family.
ICIE hopes that tomorrow goes as planned and for this mother of two children, to be reunited with her family. ICIE is happy to be able to assist this family in these rare circumstances, since ICIE usually fights to keep families in the United States, not to deport them. ICIE would like to thank the Mexican Consulate in El Paso, Texas for their collaboration and assistance in this matter. The Mexican Consulate played a big role in getting GUADALUPE the medication she needed, and hopefully the Mexican Consulate in Dallas becomes as helpful as the Mexican Consulate in El Paso.