IMPORTANT NINA UPDATE - Part B
The family went to their lawyer, who said the only thing that could be done, is to go to court and ask for an injunction for a fee of $4000. From my understanding they had to go onto a payment plan in-order to pay for this process. It was not long before they got a call that the court had denied their request. To this day, we don`t know exactly how Canada could deport Nina to Columbia, seeing how she was born in the US and does not have Columbian citizenship.
Carmen, in terror of her daughter and herself being sent into danger and away from everything Nina knows, fled to their church and requested SANCTUARY.
Nina & Carmen have been living in their church for approximately 1 month. Nina never got to say goodbye to her friends, teachers, or classmates. This little Angel is desperate for visitors her age. The family is legally and emotionally lost and welcomes advise, emails, and visitors!
I will post their contact information soon.