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Mexican immigrant places hope in private bill after years in sanctuary

Rosa Sabido passes days doing yoga, beading and support work at Mancos United Methodist Church
Mexican immigrant Rosa Sabido first sought sanctuary from deportation at Mancos United Methodist Church in June 2017. She is now hoping she might be able to leave in 2021. Thursday marks her 1,000th day in sanctuary, said a group of supporters.
Rosa Sabido, center right, beads with a group of friends at Mancos United Methodist Church where she has lived in sanctuary since 2017. The women in the beading group are, from left, Marianne Hurley, Carole Morain, Betty Schneider and Leslie Mikelson.

Mexican immigrant places hope in private bill after years in sanctuary

Mexican immigrant Rosa Sabido first sought sanctuary from deportation at Mancos United Methodist Church in June 2017. She is now hoping she might be able to leave in 2021. Thursday marks her 1,000th day in sanctuary, said a group of supporters.
Rosa Sabido, center right, beads with a group of friends at Mancos United Methodist Church where she has lived in sanctuary since 2017. The women in the beading group are, from left, Marianne Hurley, Carole Morain, Betty Schneider and Leslie Mikelson.
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