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Longtime local resident fights removal from US

Angel Armendariz-Galindo is shown in his attorney’s office, Monday in Great Bend. A resident of the United States since he was 10 months old, he faces possible deportation as an undocumented immigrant.

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Angel Armendariz-Galindo was in junior high school, thinking about getting his driver’s license, when he first realized his family lived in the shadows.

Angel, and many of his friends who grew up with him in Great Bend, didn’t think of themselves as citizens of Mexico, without legal documentation to live in the United States. He and his family came to this country legally when he was 10 months old, they stayed too long and their passports expired. The family was able to work in Great Bend, pay taxes and send their children to school.

But, as Armendariz-Galindo learned ...

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