Separated at the border by Trump, a mother and daughter work to reconnect

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from The Washington Post,

María Chic Reynoso had been among the first migrant parents separated from their children by the Trump administration. Agents pulled her away from her 6-year-old daughter when they crossed the border in July 2017. Four years later, they were to be among the first families reunified by a different president, participants in a rare American experiment in reparations.

But when she arrived at the Houston airport in June, the immigration officer looked skeptically at the visa and then at her.

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