Barbara Vieyra

The husband of a US Army soldier killed by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan was deported to Mexico, leaving behind his 12-year-old daughter in Arizona.
Jose Carranza, 30, was deported on Wednesday, April 10, after Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials arrested him days earlier.
ICE officials allowed Carranza to return to the US and brought him back to the country on Monday.
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The husband of a US Army soldier killed by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan was deported to Mexico, leaving behind his 12-year-old daughter in Arizona, the Arizona Republic newspaper reported on Monday.

Jose Carranza, 30, was deported on Wednesday, April 10, after being arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials, attorney Ezequiel Hernandez told the Arizona Republic.

Carranza originally came to the US from Mexico in 2004 illegally, the newspaper said. He married three years later.

Carranza’s wife, US Army Pfc. Barbara Vieyra, was killed in 2010. The 22-year-old was a member of a military police unit in Afghanistan when they were attacked by RPGs and IEDs.

The couple’s daughter, Evelyn Vieyra, reportedly lived with her grandparents after Carranza was deported.

Carranza may have been protected as part of the US Citizenship and Immigration Service’s …read more


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