A central Ohio mother who has become the center of an immigration debate is expected to attend a check in with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also known as ICE.
Edith Espinal is an undocumented immigrant who could be deported at any moment.
She found sanctuary in a Columbus church weeks ago, and ICE officials allowed the 39-year-old mother to work out details of her deportation order.
About 400 faith leaders have signed a letter asking the government to allow her to stay. Dozens plan to escort her to the ICE office today.
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