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Joy, then heartbreak: What happened at one woman's ICE check-in

The day before she checks in with immigration officials, Francisca Lino gets sick. Migraines cripple her mind. Her stomach churns. She can't sleep.

"My entire body hurts," she told CNN.

Her check-in Tuesday couldn't have been more excruciating. It marked the first time the 50-year-old mother of six, who lives outside Chicago, had to report to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement since Donald Trump became President.

As her meeting drew near, anxiety mounted. Terror gripped her

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