Texas suit could kill “parole” program for immigrants from four nations

Eric Sype, left, and Oldrys, are reunited at the Seattle airport. Oldrys now lives with Sype’s family in Cashmere, Washington under the federal "parole" program.

Sype testified at trial over parole program

From left: Talia Inlender, Deputy Director at the Center for Immigration Law and Policy at UCLA School of Law (CILP), Eric Sype, and Monika Langarica, Senior Staff Attorney at CILP.

A tearful reunion

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