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  • Yosselin Herrera gets a chance at asylum

    After facing gang violence and sexual abuse in her home country of El Salvador the 11th grader at a Chatham County high school and her lawyer, Evelyn Smallwood, got good news during a brief hearing in U.S. Immigration Court in Charlotte. Her case was postponed until Nov. 1 allowing her time to pursue asylum.

Yosselin Herrera gets a chance at asylum

After facing gang violence and sexual abuse in her home country of El Salvador the 11th grader at a Chatham County high school and her lawyer, Evelyn Smallwood, got good news during a brief hearing in U.S. Immigration Court in Charlotte. Her case was postponed until Nov. 1 allowing her time to pursue asylum.
John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer