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URGENT: Call ICE to Demand Release for Sara Beltran Hernandez - Amnesty International USA


Take Action Now - Amnesty International USA: Sara Beltran Hernandez is a 26-year-old mother of two from El Salvador who is fighting for her freedom.

According to her affidavit in support of her claim for asylum, back in El Salvador, Sara suffered serious physical and psychological domestic violence, and was sexually abused. Sara also received death threats from a gang leader and gang members who are believed to have killed people in the past.

Fearing for all their lives and unable to turn to the police, Sara fled to the U.S. to seek asylum with her family.

Sara has been detained in U.S. jails since she arrived 15 months ago. Sara is suffering from a serious medical condition which requires immediate medical attention.

As President Trump's aggressive immigration orders continue, we will fight to ensure that people with asylum claims are given a fair hearing, and that they are not treated like criminals while their cases are processed. We must do everything we can to ensure protection for people fleeing violence, like Sara.

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