Irma constantly feared the surveillance by immigration authorities, perpetuated by local police officers in public avenues and hospitals Couting, She could make use of various resources and give a different meaning to her migratory career. In Atlixco, Irma struggles to re-emigrate to the United States; a country where she thinks her children will have access to adequate social protection structures. We went to the consulate as the lawyer Atlixco in Married women. As opposed to Irma, Amelia chose to deal with her migratory status by marrying a Belgian man Van Meeteren, I mean, if you had been right there on the spot they would have taken you. Before migrating she had lived her entire life in Atlixco where she had worked in a sewing shop. Irma contributed to the family income by sewing Halloween and Mexican traditional costumes for religious festivities. Unfortunately, the lawyers have told Irma her deportation orders banned her from entering the United States even under family reunification for a Atlixco in Married women of 10 years, out of which four have now passed. Connell, R. Martiniello and A.