Leticia, Patricia and Minerva share a trailer home in Meridian. They recently were asked to provide immigration documents to their employer. One of them qualifies for a program to stay in the U.S. legally, but she cannot afford the housing costs alone.
Leticia, Patricia and Minerva share a trailer home in Meridian. They recently were asked to provide immigration documents to their employer. One of them qualifies for a program to stay in the U.S. legally, but she cannot afford the housing costs alone. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Leticia, Patricia and Minerva share a trailer home in Meridian. They recently were asked to provide immigration documents to their employer. One of them qualifies for a program to stay in the U.S. legally, but she cannot afford the housing costs alone. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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