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Carlos Chacon boarded a train headed to Washington, D.C., with other Boston-area immigrants at South Station. They plan to talk to officials about immigration reform.

Immigrants embark on tour to foster understanding

Group to tell US officials of tribulations

By April Simpson
Globe Staff / June 18, 2007

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Carlos Chacon , a 41-year-old immigrant from El Salvador, last saw his wife and two sons before he came to the United States eight years ago. Every week, Chacon calls home and his sons, ages 14 and 20, ask the same question: "Daddy, when are we going to be together?" (Full article: 590 words)

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