Here's a story that won't really make anybody happy . . .
Brief aside . . .
Did anybody every prove that COVID is more contagious after 11 PM??? Or were the Kansas City COVID curfews just another questionable local government policy that everyone would rather forget?!?
But I digress . . .
Meanwhile, we think this is a nice story just because there's no point in keeping this poor lady away from her family now that the border is pretty much open . . .
While Letty married Steve, a United States citizen, she still had to go through the U.S. citizenship process because she initially came to the U.S. illegally. The process was delayed numerous times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but is now finalized as she received her resident visa last week.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Blue Line in Kansas City, Missouri, held a homecoming for one of its owners on Tuesday. Letty Stegall and her husband Steve Stegall have spent four of their nine year marriage separated by the U.S.-Mexico border.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Four years later it's a happy ending for Leticia Stegall. You may remember her story: she and her husband, Steve Stegall, own the Blue Line Bar in Rivermarket. This week, Letty, as she's affectionately known, came home after her deportation to Mexico in an ICE sweep.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- After nearly four years, a family's legal journey to bring a mother who was deported to Mexico back home to Kansas City is over. Leticia "Letty" Stegall celebrated Tuesday at the couple's business The Blue Line, which is a hockey bar in the River Market.
A woman deported to Mexico in 2018 is back home in Kansas City Tuesday with her husband and daughter.Letty Stegall is the co-owner and general manager of The Blue Line Hockey Bar in the River Market."Right now, my dream has come true," Letty Stegall said.She arrived home in time for Valentine's Day and her husband's birthday."Just to have her back for these occasions, just going to the grocery store, anything--we're best friends.