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They don't slouch in high heels on plush sofas. They do not bitch about their husbands or each other while fluffing their designer hair and quaffing carafes of Chablis. There's no wardrobe mistress or makeup artist. No casting call — what unites them is not TV. Instead, they've come together because of the federal government and some very bad immigration policy. The group's inadvertent founder was Lynn the Chronicle is using her middle name to protect her privacy.
They started having kids. Some of those people would have to wait only weeks or months before being admitted back into the U. Others, who'd previously returned home only briefly — say, to visit their family in Mexico for Christmas — would have to leave again and wait 10 years before coming back legally.
Others had it even worse. An undocumented spouse who'd been caught and deported, but had then re-entered, was banned for life from returning to the U. It was possible to file a "hardship waiver," arguing that the applicant's absence from America was harming the U. But it took 10 years before one could file a waiver — 10 years outside of the country. And filing was no guarantee that the waiver would be granted. But he kept getting picked up by immigration officials and booted south of the border.
Lynn was left with two choices. A week. There were jobs in El Paso, in call centers and medical billing agencies. They paid minimum wage. But the U. Together they rented a small, cheap house in a poor neighborhood in El Paso.
Using the address to claim residency, they enrolled their children in nearby schools. Now, Mondays through Fridays at 6am, still half asleep in the car, they flash their passports, mutter declarations of citizenship, and cross the international bridge to the U.