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Supporters of the undocumented immigrant staying in sanctuary at the Columbus Mennonite Church have delivered a request for a "Stay of Removal" to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. 

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A Columbus resident who has taken sanctuary at a local church has been fined nearly 500 thousand dollars by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. 

An immigrant mother living in a northwest Columbus church is being allowed to remain in the United States legally.  

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Faith leaders and activists have been holding events this week to mark the one-year anniversary of Edith Espinal’s sanctuary at a church in Columbus to avoid deportation. 

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This week marks one year since Edith Espinal took sanctuary in the Columbus Mennonite Church. 

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A Columbus resident has become the second woman to seek sancturary from federal immigration agents in a local church.  

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 Columbus clergy are helping a local resident stay in the United States. 

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The undocumented Columbus resident who took refuge in a church to avoid deportation is now officially a fugitive. 

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It’s unclear what will happen this week in the case of Edith Espinal, the undocumented immigrant taking sanctuary at the Columbus Mennonite Church.

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An undocumented Columbus resident has again taken sanctuary in a Clintonville church in an effort to avoid deportation. 

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Federal immigration officials say a Columbus resident and undocumented immigrant who took sanctuary inside a local church to avoid deportation will be returning to her native Mexico.

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U.S. immigration authorities have decided not to detain a Columbus undocumented immigrant who took sanctuary in a local church this week.

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A Columbus resident, undocumented immigrant and mother of three has taken sanctuary at Columbus Mennonite Church to avoid deportation.