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Couple Wed At The Border Still Separated By Law
Edgar Falcon,  a U.S. citizen, and Maricruz Valtierra, a Mexico citizen, exchanged vows on the U.S.-Mexico border, hoping immigration reform will bring them together.
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Maricruz Valtierra of Mexico, left, and U.S. citizen Edgar Falcon, right, embrace at the U.S.-Mexico border where they were married, Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013 in El Paso, Texas. Like many other couples made up of a US citizen and a foreigner, Falcon and Valtierra, who has been declared inadmissible after an immigration law violation, hope immigration reform will help them live together in the U.S. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)

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U.S. citizen Edgar Falcon, left, and Maricruz Valtierra of Mexico, hold hands at the U.S.-Mexico border where they were married, Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013 in El Paso, Texas. Like many other couples made up of a US citizen and a foreigner, Falcon and Valtierra, who has been declared inadmissible after an immigration law violation, hope immigration reform will help them live together in the U.S. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)

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Maricruz Valtierra of Mexico, left, and U.S. citizen Edgar Falcon, return to Mexico after being married at the U.S.-Mexico border, Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013 near El Paso, Texas. Like many other couples made up of a US citizen and a foreigner that has been declared inadmissible to to an immigration law violation, they hope immigration reform will help them live together in the U.S. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)

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U.S. citizen Edgar Falcon, second from right, and Maricruz Valtierra of Mexico, second from left, laugh while El Paso congressman Beto O'Rourke, right, and Judge Bill Moody, left, congratulate them after the couple was married at U.S.-Mexico border, Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013 in El Paso, Texas. Like many other couples made up of a US citizen and a foreigner, Falcon and Valtierra, who has been declared inadmissible after an immigration law violation, hope immigration reform will help them live together in the U.S. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)

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Judge Bill Moody, center, conducts a wedding ceremony at the summit of the Paso Del Norte International Port of Entry near downtown El Paso, Texas for Edgar Falcon, left, and his new bride, Maricruz Valtierra Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013. Falcon, a U.S. citizen, married Valtierra, of Durango, Mexico at the bridge because she is a Mexican citizen who is ineligible to apply for citizenship. Watching at far left is U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke. (AP Photo/El Paso Times, Rudy Gutierrez)

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U.S. citizen Edgar Falcon hugs Maricruz Valtierra of Mexico at the U.S.-Mexico border where they were married, Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013 in El Paso, Texas. Like many other couples made up of a US citizen and a foreigner, Falcon and Valtierra, who has been declared inadmissible after an immigration law violation, hope immigration reform will help them live together in the U.S. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)

Couple Wed At The Border Still Separated By Law

Edgar Falcon,  a U.S. citizen, and Maricruz Valtierra, a Mexico citizen, exchanged vows on the U.S.-Mexico border, hoping immigration reform will bring them together.

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