Video: A family living with deportation

A year ago Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos was deported after showing up at the Phoenix offices of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, for a yearly check in. She was an undocumented immigrant caught up in one of Sheriff Joe Arpaio's immigration raids at a miniature golf course where she worked.

After pleading guilty to using fake documents, a felony, she was released and told to check in with ICE once a year and that as long as she didn't get int trouble with the police she would not be a priority.

Eight years later the situation changed when President Trump entered office and pursued a stricter immigration policy. When she showed up for her meeting she was detained and deported.

Her case made national news after her two American kids and a group of protesters tried to stop the van she was in from leaving ICE.

Reporter Daniel Gonzales and I traveled down to Acambaro, Mexico to see how her life has changed a year after being deported.