Brady Cano, 17, looks out the window from the law office of Eduardo Soto, his immigration lawyer in Coral Gables after getting his green card. Cano, from Guatemala crossed the Mexican border alone but now gets to stay in the United States.
Brady Cano, 17, looks out the window from the law office of Eduardo Soto, his immigration lawyer in Coral Gables after getting his green card. Cano, from Guatemala crossed the Mexican border alone but now gets to stay in the United States. C.M. GUERRERO CMGuerrero@elNuevoHerald.com
Brady Cano, 17, looks out the window from the law office of Eduardo Soto, his immigration lawyer in Coral Gables after getting his green card. Cano, from Guatemala crossed the Mexican border alone but now gets to stay in the United States. C.M. GUERRERO CMGuerrero@elNuevoHerald.com

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