Immigrant NYC Grandparents Detained While Visiting Son-in-Law at Fort Drum, Family Says - NBC New York
How is it genuine ID is not good enough?
A Mexican family from Brooklyn says they were headed upstate to Fort Drum to celebrate Independence Day with an Army sergeant family member when border patrol agents questioned their parents’ New York City IDs, and then took them to a detention facility hundreds of miles away.
Eduardo Silva tells News 4 New York that his parents, Concepcion and Margarito Silva, have lived in New York for two decades. They came to the country undocumented from Mexico but in 2007 they were approved for an official Department of Labor work permit.