published Friday, July 29th, 2011

Children of illegal immigrants left behind

Heidi Sales Morales, 10, plays a game of Jacks with her sister Roselia Sales Morales, 2, and Sofia Sales Morales, 4, in the back, outside their home in the village of el Xab in Retalhuleu, Guatemala. Their mother, Angela Surama Morales lived in Chattanooga for about five years until she got detained in an immigration raid at Pilgrim's Pride in 2008 and their father left to work in the United States almost 10 years ago.
Heidi Sales Morales, 10, plays a game of Jacks with her sister Roselia Sales Morales, 2, and Sofia Sales Morales, 4, in the back, outside their home in the village of el Xab in Retalhuleu, Guatemala. Their mother, Angela Surama Morales lived in Chattanooga for about five years until she got detained in an immigration raid at Pilgrim's Pride in 2008 and their father left to work in the United States almost 10 years ago.
Photo by Perla Trevizo /Chattanooga Times Free Press.
Between Two Worlds

EL XAB, Guatemala—Ask Heidi Sales what she wants most in this world, and she doesn’t hesitate: “To get to know my dad.”

Ten-year-old Heidi was just 6 months old in 2002 when her father left the village of el Xab in Retalhuleu, a state in western Guatemala, and made his way north. He crossed into the United States illegally and found work in California and, later, Chattanooga.

Tied to a stick that holds mosquito netting over her bed is a photo that Heidi keeps of her father, Benjamin Sales, in a yellow handcrafted frame with orange and green hearts around it. On the other side, there’s a picture in a heart-shaped frame of her mother, Surama Morales, who followed her husband across the border in 2004.

For five years, both parents worked in Chattanooga while Surama’s mother cared for the three children until Morales returned to Guatemala three years ago.

Heidi’s older sister, Karen, 13, understands why her parents left. In the United States, they could earn more money to build a better life for the family. They could pay for a nicer house and maybe even afford better education for her and her siblings.

“When people leave, they leave for necessity,” Karen said.

But Karen would much rather have her parents than the roof over her head, she said.

“You are left sad because you can’t feel their love,” she said in a quiet voice, sitting on her bed in el Xab.

She talks to her father on the phone, but, “It’s not the same having them here, in person,” she said.

She doesn’t remember much about her father. She can’t even remember when he left almost 10 years ago when she was 3.

“It’s very sad,” Benjamin Sales said from the East Lake home he rents with other Guatemalan immigrants. “You abandon your family with the goal of changing their lives a little bit, too.”

* * * * *

When men and women immigrate illegally to the United States, they often leave much more than a town and a country. They leave fathers and mothers, husbands and wives, sons and daughters.

The children sometimes grow up not knowing their parents — and sometimes never seeing them again. In some cases, they come to resent the parent who isn’t there at Christmas or on their birthday or to tuck them in at night.

Children left behind can come to think of other relatives — aunts, uncles, grandparents — as more of a mother or father than their actual parents.

Parents earn enough money to send some back to their families, one of the main reasons they come to the United States in the first place. Yet some never return home, never again see their children or spouses. Some abandon their families to start new lives in the United States, find a new mate, have new families.

A weak economy in Guatemala and the lure of a better life in America have driven hundreds of thousands of Guatemalans across the border.

Every year, 120,000 Guatemalans leave their country, but only about 40,000 manage to make it to countries such as Mexico, Canada and the United States. Most of those are living in American cities.

And many of them don’t go back, according to a 2009 United Nations Children’s Fund report.

Initially, it was mainly men coming to America, to work and send money back to support their families. Today, although the vast majority of immigrants still are men, more women and families have started to migrate, said Erick Maldonado, Guatemalan vice minister for foreign relations.

Family disintegration is one of the negative effects of emigration, he said.

“It’s not the case anymore, as we conventionally understand it, that the father leaves the family,” Maldonado said from his office in Guatemala City, “but unfortunately we are seeing larger migrations of mothers, the ones in charge of taking care of the home.

“And in the absence of the father or mother, the children are often left with the grandparents or uncles who can give them the love they need but not necessarily have control over them,” he said.

Without parents, children can be lured into criminal activities or gangs, Maldonado said.

Guatemala has a serious crime problem. There are more than 400 gangs with about 14,000 members in Guatemala, among the highest numbers from all Central American countries, according to a United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime report.

Other children will try to find a way to reunite with their parents in the United States, according to a U.N. Children’s Fund report about Guatemalan youth. They emigrate, often illegally and sometimes on their own, and expose themselves to the dangers of crossing the border.

Nearly half the youth migration from Guatemala to the United States is for family reunification, according to UNICEF.

The typical Guatemalan who migrates out of the country for work is about 10 years younger than in the past, between 16 and 35 years old compared to 25 and 45, according to UNICEF.

The promise of an American future also results in young Guatemalans abandoning their education, Maldonado said.

“For many minors, there’s no educational incentive because they know that, with or without education, they will go to the United States,” he said.

* * * * *

Sales planned to work in California — where 34 percent of the Guatemalans in the United States live — for 10 years. But in Los Angeles, he frittered away his money on drugs and alcohol.

About to lose the piece of land in Guatemala her husband used as collateral for a loan to pay the smuggler to get him into America, Morales decided she, too, needed to migrate north. In 2004, she arrived in Chattanooga, where her husband later joined her. He pledged to change his ways.

“I promise you will be able to complete your studies and that your dreams will come true. I’m not going to drink anymore,” he told his oldest daughter, Karen, over the phone.

That was almost seven years ago, and he said he has not had a drink since.

Morales returned to Guatemala in 2008, six months after she was arrested during an immigration raid at Chattanooga’s Pilgrim’s Pride chicken plant. Her father, her mother and children greeted her at La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala City. The children ran toward their mother; she hugged them, and they cried.

At the airport, the children met their new sister, Sofia, now 4. She was born to Sales and Morales in Chattanooga. Morales was pregnant with her fifth child, Roselia, who was born seven months later. Sales is still living and working in Chattanooga and has never met Roselia.

He hopes to return to Guatemala next year, a decade after he left. By then, Sales thinks he’ll have saved enough money working at a chicken processing plant to pay off the loan his wife got to build her house in Guatemala and to put their children through school.

“I tell [my children] to be patient. We will see each other again soon,” he said.

* * * * *

Cristian and Brian Monroy can vividly replay in their minds the last hours before their mother left.

Cristian, then 10, was playing soccer on the street of their neighborhood on the outskirts of Guatemala City. Brian, then 6, watched cartoons on TV inside.

Their mother, Lubia del Cid, made dinner: fried plantains, refried beans and eggs. Then, around 5 p.m. someone came to the door. It was time to go, said the neighbor-turned-smuggler who was going to help del Cid to the United States.

It was Aug. 14, 2004.

“I told her not to go,” said Brian, now 13, “but she just said she was going to the United States so we could have a better life.”

After she climbed aboard a minibus heading north, Cristian, Brian and their father, Armando, sat at the kitchen table.

“The three of us were having dinner alone,” said Cristian, 17, “and as the night went on, you could feel the solitude.”

“It was very difficult for me,” Brian said inside the sparsely furnished three-bedroom home they once shared with their mother. “All of my classmates would go home to their moms; they would show them their grades. If I do something [I want] my mother to be there, something I do well or something I do wrong.”

Every Mother’s Day, Brian and his classmates read poems, danced and sang, all to honor moms. Brian had no one to give his cards or sing to. His mother is 1,400 miles away in Chattanooga.

“It’s very difficult,” a 38-year-old del Cid said as tears rolled down her cheeks. “When I left, my goal was to go back in two or three years, to do something here and go back to my children. But when three years came by, I thought, ‘How am I going to go back with nothing?’”

She felt she hadn’t earned enough money to help her family back in Guatemala.

And while del Cid was away, she bore two daughters — Chattanooga-born Ashley and Kemberly — whom her sons haven’t met, although they know about the girls.

She also has a 21-year-old son from another father who lives with her parents in a Guatemalan village.

Del Cid’s absence and her new family in Chattanooga strained relations with her sons in Guatemala. She’s estranged from the father of her boys in Guatemala City. Her children feel abandoned.

Cristian acknowledges that del Cid helps with school tuition and he understands life is difficult in the United States. But sometimes weeks go by before del Cid talks to her sons. The brothers now hardly mention the role their mother has played in their lives.

“One feels resentment because you say, ‘My mom’s over there; we don’t have her human warmth,’ but that’s how life is,” Cristian said. “What can you do?”

When del Cid left, she promised her sons a Nintendo, brand-name shoes, clothes, phones, computers, but she has not always delivered. She said she sent them a couple of boxes with clothes and has sent money for them to buy what they need.

“From my point of view, she told us that she wanted to go and make money, send us things and come back, but that’s not what happened. In my mind, I never said, ‘She won’t come back,’ but I never thought she would, either,” Cristian said.

“I know that in the United States you earn dollars, but at the same time it’s hard because they don’t just give anybody a job, especially [if they don’t speak English],” he added.

Del Cid also has learned that the “American Dream” is not what it seems.

“When you are in Guatemala and see the amount of money people send back, you think you are going to be able to do the same, but what you don’t realize is that sometimes people go hungry in order to send that money,” del Cid said from the Alton Park apartment she shares with her daughters.

Both del Cid and Morales were among 100 workers caught in the raid at the Pilgrim’s Pride in Chattanooga, but del Cid continues to fight her case.

Her daughter, Kemberly, 3, was born with Poland syndrome, which causes webbed fingers and weakened arm muscles, and she needs long-term medical care. Through a lawyer, del Cid was able to secure a work permit and is now working at Pilgrim’s Pride again.

She hopes she can one day return home, and that her children will forgive her.

“I will return one day and it will all be erased because I have a lot of faith in God and I know he is going to help me remove the bad image they have of me,” she said.

about Perla Trevizo...

Perla Trevizo joined the Chattanooga Times Free Press in 2007 and covers immigration/diversity issues and higher education. She holds a master’s degree in newswire journalism from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid, Spain, and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Texas. In 2011 she participated in the Bringing Home the World international reporting fellowship program sponsored by the International Center for Journalists, producing a series on Guatemalan immigrants for which she ...

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poptn said...

Enough of this already. Too many legal Americans need help!

July 29, 2011 at 12:40 a.m.
nucanuck said...

poptn,

We are on this planet together.

July 29, 2011 at 2:02 a.m.
TSCinSFO said...

Yep nucanuck we are. But you stay on your side of the planet and I'll stay on mine. The real long term damage done by illegal aliens is by del Cid dropping more and more anchor babies here. Now she gets to stay and all Americans are stuck with medical bills for her Poland syndrome kid. Anchor babies are a huge draw and HUGE drain on us since illegal aliens never make enough to support themselves or their kids. They're starving due to over population in their home countries but they can draw enough welfare from their anchor babies to have comfortable lives here compared to Mexico, etc. I used to live close to the border in AZ, CA, and TX and the sight of pregnant illegals climbing over the border fences is revolting. If we don't put an end to it and SOON, we'll have a huge new poverty class that will spend generations on welfare. These anchor babies will be a huge block of future voters and that will spell doom for America. You can bet they will all vote for LaRaza amnesty advocate type candidates for open borders. We HAVE to end birthright citizenship now.

July 29, 2011 at 3:46 a.m.
nucanuck said...

TSCinSFO,

For all the problems illegal immigrants create, they are still a slight net positive for the US economy, not the huge drain that you claim. That is not to say that immigration policy and enforcement are adequate, they are not.

Your vitriol seems misdirected. It is Americans who are eagerly hiring these campesinos. Without the jobs the immigration would become a non-issue. Punish those putting out the honey pot, not those drawn to it.

July 29, 2011 at 4:28 a.m.
malik said...

I think the American people are so sick and tired of these sob stories from south of the border that we don't even care anymore. I don't! I mean these illegal aliens left their families for America to seek a new love interest here while abandoning their families. This is exactly the type of degenerating behaviors from 3rd worlders America do not want in our country. They come here and immediately make babies; intentionally gaming our immigration system. They'll tell you, up front, that they only want to make enough money to send it back home and these gullible liberals actually think they care about being American citizens.

July 29, 2011 at 5:13 a.m.

@nucanuck "For all the problems illegal immigrants create, they are still a slight net positive for the US economy, not the huge drain that you claim."

You must be using LaRaza's figures.

July 29, 2011 at 5:32 a.m.
Johnnyhurst said...

I agree with the you nukanuk, that honey pot sure is tempting. Greed is a very pwerful motivator as well, just ask Bob Corker and the thousands of other Bobs out there. You can blame our troubled economy on any number of issues. However all of these builders, construction companies and factories who could only see dollar.signs rather than treat their employees right share a huge part of the blame. They sold us out and dont give a damn about the workin man. Alot of the illegals make a very good living here, but they send almost all they earn back to their home land, while they live twenty deep in a two bedroom apartment. They take billions out of our economy and have driven wages and quality into the ground. I dont have a problem with them because i dont blame them for wanting a better life. Its these sellout Bobs who have done The American people wrong.

July 29, 2011 at 6:31 a.m.
Wilder said...

@numbnucks said...

"It is Americans who are eagerly hiring these campesinos. Without the jobs the immigration would become a non-issue"

I agree with you on the employers. But you have to completely unravel this to understand how to stop it. The larger employers; the fast food chains, hotel chains, poultry, carpet, etc., are guilty of more than just hiring the illegals, they are enabling the entire process by bribing the politicians - it is their political influence that is propping open the door for all of the Joe Blow landscapers, small contactors, etc.

This isn't some wild conspiracy theory - its documented. A successful politician, even the low level ones, are by necessity, skilled liars and sociopaths. If they weren't politicans, they would be selling aluminum siding to little old ladies. It is not an honorable profession.

The D or R after their names is meaningless. Take Nathan(Shady)Deal, for example - He is a career politician, who was a democrat until he realized that Georgia was going republican, then, overnight, he realized that all along, he was actually a republican. If he thinks that the communist party is coming into power, he will become a communist. These guys have zero principals.

First, everyone needs to wake up from their stupors, and realize that they are being played by the politicians. The large corporations control their every move. This country is no longer a democracy, it is a plutocracy, with much of the wealth that buys our politicians coming from overseas - where they don't give a rat's a** about us.

You will have to hold the politicians' feet to the fire until they really address the issue. You have to throw all of them out of office, until they comprehend that you are serious. You have to stop electing the crooks that the corportations choose for you, or we will be no better off than the countries spawning the illegal aliens.

July 29, 2011 at 6:45 a.m.
SeaMonkey said...

a sob story is the best way to label this series by ms. trevizo.

they're not illegal immigrants..they're illegal aliens/illegal entrants/criminals/lawbreakers...enough with the use of the word immigrant to describe these people.

america is a country with a big heart, we have humanity and piles of empathy.

that's not the issue....the issue is that they're not supposed to be here and they're not entitled to to same benefits that american citizens get.....we shouldn't have to compete with them.

it's quite transparent. it's all political. the big push by the democrat party to put their brand on the hispanic community. which is now the largest minority in the country. they want to own them.

July 29, 2011 at 7:33 a.m.
johnboy said...

Well, it looks like we need family reunification-on the other side of the border.

July 29, 2011 at 7:55 a.m.
Veritas said...

How many of these wretched stories must we endure? When will Perla "Propaganda" Trevizo realize the majority of us don't buy what she's selling? It's blatant propaganda. Let's hope Tennessee adopts a new law similar to Georgia's and Alabama's. I look forward to the day when we are rid of these CRIMINAL ALIENS.

July 29, 2011 at 10:07 a.m.
hcirehttae said...

When del Cid left, she promised her sons a Nintendo, brand-name shoes, clothes, phones, computers, but she has not always delivered. She said she sent them a couple of boxes with clothes and has sent money for them to buy what they need. Del Cid also has learned that the “American Dream” is not what it seems.

Is there a disconnect between this materialistic fervor and the American Dream, or not? That's what I'm trying to figure out.

July 29, 2011 at 10:13 a.m.
pappytn said...

i hope and pray you politicians are reading these comments about illegals in this country .this is America talking and i hope you start paying attention to what the majority of Americans are saying QUIT MAKING EXCUSES FOR THEM AND SEND THEM PACKING!!!! theres plenty of storys about Americans having a hard time of it.we need to take care of our own citizens first. but we know big business comes first and our politicians are going to see they get cheap labor,and screw what we want.so you politicians dont come to my door with excuses wanting my vote cause ill tell you my vote got deported!!!!!

July 29, 2011 at 10:52 a.m.
eastridge8 said...

I agree with MOST all on here....I, too, am SICK of these sob stories!! I bet you could find plenty of American sob stories to write about but...oh no, we can't do that...

If you did write them you would see that MOST Americans are all in the same boat! WE ARE ALL STRUGGLING! WE ALL HAVE A HARD TIME MAKING ENDS MEET! WE ALL WISH WE HAD ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY OUR BILLS!...and if my SS check doesn't come in August that'll be ME screaming!!

July 29, 2011 at 11:13 a.m.
eastridge8 said...

I also agree we have lame, poor excuses for congressmen, representatives and senators...they are not doing anything about this because they hope to get the Hispanic vote because they know they can't get enough black votes...plain and simple...

July 29, 2011 at 11:19 a.m.
aluk22 said...

It's very hard to understand how worthwhile people would abandon their children for their entire childhood for anything, no matter what. Illegal immigrants are the new slaves. A very dim view should be taken of those who would exploit them.

July 29, 2011 at 11:25 a.m.
Myopinion said...

I would like to see a series of stories on the hardships inflicted on the citizens of Dalton by the influx of illegal immigrants there. That would help to balance out the one-sidedness of this series of stories on the hardships of illegal immigrants.

July 29, 2011 at 11:48 a.m.
dave said...

I think almost all the poster here have missed the whole point of this story...these children were BORN here and ARE U.S. citizens but are now living in Guatemala. They have the same rights and privileges you do. Basically we are all the sons and daughters of immigrants unless you are 100% native American. Hypocrites!

July 29, 2011 at 11:59 a.m.
myopinion101 said...

I agree with you 100% eastridge8 -- I, too, am tired of all of these articles. None of us work because we just don't have anything else to do! The numb-skulls in Washington are going to get their paychecks and retirement, while they continue to pour money down the toilet for programs to GIVE to people who wouldn't work in a pie factory tasting pies!! Come on TFP -- give us a story about all the people hurt by illegals hiding out in our communities!! As the 2 families who were trying to go on vacation last weekend on the interstate when they were hit by an illegal who was drunk!! He was drunk, but he knew to run!! Thanks to the PD, he was caught-now if we have a judge in town with enough 'stuff' to throw the book at him-stands to be seen!

July 29, 2011 at 12:10 p.m.
Austin said...

@Eastridge, it's very telling that you're blaming your fear of no SS check on undocumented immigrants. SS is not failing due to them, but in spite of them. SS has a $20 Billion slush fund from immigrants whose taxes are withheld, but will never see. So don't worry, you can continue to milk yourself at the teat of government welfare with no fear that undocumented immigrants will get the money instead.

July 29, 2011 at 12:26 p.m.
Austin said...

@Perla, keep the "sob" stories coming! You're doing a great job and the writing is fantastic. It's also serving a purpose of bringing the bigots out into full sunlight. Thank you!

July 29, 2011 at 12:28 p.m.

dave, you are correct to a point. Most of us are sons/daughters of immigrants no matter how far back the generations. Yes we do feel the economic pinch since many Latinos are 'working' and many "Americans" are not...perhaps not due to the fault of the Latinos either. There is really no reliable/valid method to measure that observation. We tend to criticize them when they become involved in substance abuse/crime, however, our immigrant ancestors were certainly not without their share of problems.

In the long run I don't see Latinos "leaving" anytime soon. We have become a bi-lingual nation. A note to those of you who 'condemn' Ms. Perla Treviso...now I ask you would you want to read an article about the 'Scotch/Irish Republicans' who reside in the scenic valley, written by a Latino? It works both ways folks. Furthermore I mentioned previously that Ms. Treviso is educated beyond what any of you could ever hope. Her education/insight is what qualifies her to report on a topic that she has knowledge. I don't know her however feel the CFP is fortunate to have her in their employ.

Before you cast stones at my opinion, think about it for at least a minute...which is the typical attention span of most who post here.

July 29, 2011 at 12:38 p.m.
johnboy said...

Clever. Let's use kids as a metaphorical human shield to shut down the immigration debate, such as the arguments that illegal immigration: -flattens wages. -keeps the native-born at a high unemployment rate, thus necessitating more welfare, which over the generations has led to all the well-known social problems that keeping large numbers of people unemployed brings. -is inherently capitalist/libertarian in that it refuses to recognize borders and national sovereignty. -is also inherently capitalist/libertarian in that it promises the myth of an exponentially growing economy tied to an exponential population growth, predicated on limitless resources. A lie. -drains social resources. -balkanizes American society.

Since I tend to follow environmentalist views on overpopulation and the carrying capacity of a land/resource base, and non-capitalist views of a finite economy, I find that illegal imm. has serious problems. It's not accident that many with ties to Wall Street are happy with illegal imm. It dovetails with a global capitalist agenda.

I also have problems with the volume of legal immigration with H1-B visas. We crank out thousands of college graduates who have difficulty entering the workforce in professions saturated with H1-Bs. A lot of supporters of big imm levels, both legal and legal, couch their arguments in the "stagnation" myth i.e. if we don't have massive immigration, than we will become stagnant in innovation-an argument that says that our own people can't innovate for themselves.

July 29, 2011 at 1:17 p.m.
gatoralan said...

Strongwell if ms. trevizo. has information about these illegal aliens it is her job to report them to the INS an if she don't her a$$ needs to go to jail,an i bet she does,i get sick every time i see in the paper that sum drunk illegal has run over sumbody in a car,an hurt or killed somebody,they don't have a license or insurance,need to load them up send them back to where they came from,an the kids born here take them with you,if not then you have a gang problem

July 29, 2011 at 2:07 p.m.
nucanuck said...

As I read the hateful,mean-spirited comments that reflect anger without much thought, I can't help but wonder if the lives of these same commenters have contributed to a better America? Somehow, I imagine them being more of a problem than a solution.

July 29, 2011 at 3:21 p.m.

hey indian, wonder what would have happened had your "ancestors" been asked to leave the USA, upon their arrival? Would that mean you would not be here to voice your hatred?

gatoralan, so you focus on the "illegals." What about those who have lived in the scenic city most of their desperate lives who 'hit' the papers.

Folks we live in a NEW melting pot and we darn better start being more tolerant.

July 29, 2011 at 6:24 p.m.
Oz said...

Illegal aliens have caused their own problems. They broke the law. I don't feel sorry for them. Come here legally and learn the language. I don't have a problem with that.

HighLevelThinker... Are you tolerant of people that break into your house? Are they guest or thieves?

July 29, 2011 at 6:46 p.m.
talkthetalk911 said...

Good question OZ! I find it odd that most people want the laws of the United States enforced until it comes to immigration laws. The ones that want those laws enforced now are refered to as "bigots"? How funny. Years back i was privy to set in on meetings that had to do with the homeless and what programs are out there to help. a lady was talking about a specific program and it sounded pretty good unitl i got the impression that it was just for a specific group, so to avoid any confusion i just asked. and the answer was that that specific prgram here in Chattanooga was just for hispanics. it is true that many of the illegal aliens do come here to make money and send it back to their homeland. it is true that they do come over here and have kids. i dont have a solution to the problem. but higher level thinker ..no..we do not have to be more tolerant. we are forced to be more tolerant. incase you havent noticed more and more people are becoming less tolerant of the happenings do to fault of the left and bleeding hearts. more and more people who came to this country LEGALLY are beginning to speak out..course i guess they are bigots too. i admire anyone who wants to better themselves and have a loyalty to the United States and help make it a stronger nation but i really dont see how illegals are helping our nation...thats my rant

July 29, 2011 at 9:15 p.m.
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ileonidas said...

Shameful! Abandon your three children and then come to this country and forget all about them. Then try to put that guilt on me! What sort of person leaves his children then thinks of their own sexual needs once they get here to start yet another family when you cant fed the family you left behind. It sickens me. In this country child neglect and abandonment is a felony. It should be treated as such. How dare anyone try to put the guilt of their own shameful child abandonment on others. This is disgusting criminal behavior and my heart bleeds for the starving children left behind. What sort of animal does this? Bear your own guilt. Blame yourself. Go home and feed your child. Dont come here and start marching in the streets pointing fingers at me!

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