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December 14, 2010 5:35 AM

Tara Ammons Cohen keeps fighting deportation to Mexico

Tara Ammons Cohen doesn’t feel like a celebrity. However, her story — of adoption as a 5-month-old in Mexico by American parents and how 38 years later she now faces deportation to the country where she has never lived — has gone viral on the Internet.

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