After being ordered out of the country, Tobar Ortega, who has lived in the U. without legal permission for over 20 years, sought sanctuary in St. Juana Ortega shows some examples of English phrases she's been working on with a church member, Thursday, June 8, 2017, in Greensboro, N. Juana was working full time and was never able to learn English. She could go and sit on picnic tables nearer to them when they visit and enjoy the breeze, but she won’t. Barnabas Episcopal Church, where she sought sanctuary to avoid being deported June 1, she won’t go through the doors leading back outside.
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It has been just over a week since the 45-year-old seamstress and mother of four from Asheboro stood in the physical sanctuary of the church, surrounded by family and supporters, and announced before a throng of reporters and cameras that she had taken residence there to avoid being sent back to Guatemala.