Stamford, Conn., resident Nelson Rosales Santos, center, poses with his wife, Patricia Morales, and son, Christian, outside Building One Community in Stamford, Conn. Thursday, June 14, 2018. Federal immigration officials granted a six-month reprieve Thursday to Nelson Rosales Santos, a Connecticut immigrant facing deportation, a move that may allow him to undergo a scheduled kidney transplant.
Stamford, Conn., resident Nelson Rosales Santos, center, poses with his wife, Patricia Morales, and son, Christian, outside Building One Community in Stamford, Conn. Thursday, June 14, 2018. Federal immigration officials granted a six-month reprieve Thursday to Nelson Rosales Santos, a Connecticut immigrant facing deportation, a move that may allow him to undergo a scheduled kidney transplant. Hearst Connecticut Media via AP Tyler Sizemore
Stamford, Conn., resident Nelson Rosales Santos, center, poses with his wife, Patricia Morales, and son, Christian, outside Building One Community in Stamford, Conn. Thursday, June 14, 2018. Federal immigration officials granted a six-month reprieve Thursday to Nelson Rosales Santos, a Connecticut immigrant facing deportation, a move that may allow him to undergo a scheduled kidney transplant. Hearst Connecticut Media via AP Tyler Sizemore

Man scheduled for transplant granted deportation reprieve

June 14, 2018 02:58 PM