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TIJUANA, MEXICO - JULY 03:  U.S. Army veteran Hector Barajas looks out over the city on July 3, 2017 in Tijuana, Mexico. The Deported Veterans Support House, also known as "The Bunker" was founded by deported U.S. Army veteran Hector Barajas to support deported veterans by offering food, shelter, clothing as well as advocating for political legislation that would prohibit future deportations of veterans. There are an estimated 11,000 non-citizens serving in the U.S. military and most will be naturalized during or following their service. Those who leave the military early or who are convicted of a crime after serving can be deported.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
TIJUANA, MEXICO - JULY 03:  U.S. Army veteran Hector Barajas looks out over the city on July 3, 2017 in Tijuana, Mexico. The Deported Veterans Support House, also known as "The Bunker" was founded by deported U.S. Army veteran Hector Barajas to support deported veterans by offering food, shelter, clothing as well as advocating for political legislation that would prohibit future deportations of veterans. There are an estimated 11,000 non-citizens serving in the U.S. military and most will be naturalized during or following their service. Those who leave the military early or who are convicted of a crime after serving can be deported.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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Después de una larguísima batalla legal, Héctor Barajas --un veterano deportado de EE.UU.-- podrá regresar como ciudadano estadounidense en abril. Hace más de un año recibió el perdón del gobernador de California por su delito. Barajas habla de su niñez en EE.UU. y dice que durante todos estos años "uno pierde la familia, la estabilidad, perdemos mucho". También se refiere a su fundación que ayuda a personas que pasan por su misma situación.

Héctor Barajas: de veterano deportado a ciudadano de EE.UU.

Después de una larguísima batalla legal, Héctor Barajas --un veterano deportado de EE.UU.-- podrá regresar como ciudadano estadounidense en abril. Hace más de un año recibió el perdón del gobernador de California por su delito. Barajas habla de su niñez en EE.UU. y dice que durante todos estos años "uno pierde la familia, la estabilidad, perdemos mucho". También se refiere a su fundación que ayuda a personas que pasan por su misma situación.