Today, the New York Times profiled our client Yoselin, a Honduran mother living with HIV. Fearing HIV-related stigma, ostracism, and persecution, she entrusted family with her six-year-old daughter… and fled. Three years ago, she found Immigration Equality and we have been working together ever since to secure her immigration status and reunite her with her daughter.
Read Yoselin’s story in the New York Times!
Yoselin first spoke with the Times just weeks before giving birth to her son Gabriel. She was prepared to do anything she could to secure a safe future for her family and ensure that others would not have to endure what she had experienced.
Today, mother and baby are both doing great, and we will continue to advocate for Yoselin so that baby Gabriel can meet his big sister soon.
Thank you for your support.
Aaron C. Morris
Executive Director, Immigration Equality