How Failure to Reform Immigration Affects a Young Girl
(WASHINGTON) -- Outside the hallways of the Capitol, the immigration reform debate isn't political. It's personal. When Washington, D.C. resident Cindy Monge saw the images of unaccompanied minors crossing the southern border it hit home. Eight years ago she was one of them. Monge left Guatemala in 2006 to reunite with a father she had never met and a mother who had spent six years traveling back and forth on a tourist visa.