Netflix’s ‘Living Undocumented’ probes plight of migrants

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Netflix’s ‘Living Undocumented’ probes plight of migrants

Luis Diaz, a migrant from Honduras who is living in the U.S. illegally, holds his son, Noah, in Kansas City, Mo., before the child and his mother are deported, in a scene from the six-episode docuseries “Living Undocumented” currently streaming Netflix. The series follows eight families from Latin America, Israel, Laos and Africa who try to live normal lives in the U.S. despite their immigration issues.

Netflix’s ‘Living Undocumented’ probes plight of migrants

Luis Diaz, a migrant from Honduras who is living in the U.S. illegally, holds his son, Noah, in Kansas City, Mo., before the child and his mother are deported, in a scene from the six-episode docuseries “Living Undocumented” currently streaming Netflix. The series follows eight families from Latin America, Israel, Laos and Africa who try to live normal lives in the U.S. despite their immigration issues.
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