The airport in Guatemala City is a revolving door for deported migrants. As soon as they get off the airplane and through the doors that lead them back into their country, almost half the returnees turn right back towards the north.
A group of deported mothers in Tijuana, Mexico, fights for immigration reform in the United States. The pain they've endured by being separated from their children turned them into activists and now they promote the Hispanic vote from the most transited border crossing in the world. (Published on Univision here)
In Arizona, this Mexican-American couple attends their first Donald Trump rally and explain to Univision Noticias why they support the Republican front-runner for president.
For the first time in his life, ninety-two-year-old Frank Catalfumo has stopped working at F & C Shoe Rebuilding in South Brooklyn, the shop he inherited from his father after World War II. Now the shop is run by Frank’s son Michael, who has also followed in his father’s footsteps. Though F & C is as busy as ever, the trade stops with this generation, as Michael’s children have been able to choose different life paths.