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Vicky Chávez , a Honduran immigrant who took refuge in the First Unitarian Church in Salt Lake City, in the state of Utah, participated in the same teleconference . “I have 97 days in sanctuary, I am hoping that they can reopen my case and accept my request for political asylum,” said Chavez, who explained that it was a difficult decision to take refuge in the church, where he lives with his two daughters, aged six and ten. months, respectively. The immigrant arrived in the United States in 2014 fleeing domestic violence and death threats, but now her “greatest fear” is that they separate her from her daughters. ”

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