Guz Zamudio, 18, will leave the country within 30 days. A federal immigration judge denied his request Tuesday to be allowed to return to Charlotte to graduate from Northwest School of the Arts and return to his native Mexico afterward. Because Zamudio avoids deportation, he can apply immediately for a visa to return to the States
Guz Zamudio, 18, will leave the country within 30 days. A federal immigration judge denied his request Tuesday to be allowed to return to Charlotte to graduate from Northwest School of the Arts and return to his native Mexico afterward. Because Zamudio avoids deportation, he can apply immediately for a visa to return to the States
Guz Zamudio, 18, will leave the country within 30 days. A federal immigration judge denied his request Tuesday to be allowed to return to Charlotte to graduate from Northwest School of the Arts and return to his native Mexico afterward. Because Zamudio avoids deportation, he can apply immediately for a visa to return to the States

No high school graduation: Immigrant Charlotte teen must leave for Mexico

March 28, 2017 03:25 PM

UPDATED March 29, 2017 07:43 AM

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