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Mother reunited with son: They told me they would put him up for adoption
In El Paso, Texas, Brazilian asylum seeker Jocelyn was recently reunited with her 14-year-old son, whom she had been separated from for more than eight months. She sat down with The Washington Post to describe the ordeal.
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