Mother Granted Humanitarian Parole to Visit Sick Infant

Mother Granted Humanitarian Parole to Visit Sick Infant

POSTED: Tuesday, October 9, 2012 - 4:43pm

UPDATED: Wednesday, October 10, 2012 - 8:36am

In an update to the case of a four-month-old baby boy with cancer in both of his eyes condition, his health is getting worse. The mother however, has been granted humanitarian parole, meaning she will be able to see her child. 

News Channel 9 obtained a letter from the child's doctor describing that the boy's condition is critical and that the boy's eye will have to be removed by surgery Wednesday. 

Alejandra Breceda Reyes, the child's mother was called to the Paso del Norte port of entry Wednesday afternoon, and was granted humanitarian parole into the U.S., according to the woman's attorney.

Our staff also spoke with Customs and Border Protection, who says humanitarian paroles are often given out and the guidelines to be accepted are specific.

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Hmmm, not sure how I feel about this story. Have known some jail bird mommies that have no business being in the lives of their innocent children. Hope whoever granted her the visits had the baby's needs in mind and were not just thinking about the "rights" of the mother. Sending love and prayers for that baby though.......

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