Go Back to America!
We-ve heard stories of undocumented people bend deported to their country of origin, but what happens when a white woman decides to follow her husband after he-s been deported_ She doesn't know the language, is in a strange place and is trying to fit in. This is the unique story of Jasmin Mendoza, a woman who will stop at nothing to keep her family together no matter what. Even if it means going into a country she has never lived in as she faces the challenges that most immigrants face in the U.S., the only difference? She will face them in Mexico.
Go back to America is a unique story that parallels the experience of a person and shows that that the immigrant experience is universal no matter what race religion or sex or creed you are. It is essentially a story of the human experience.
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