Marcia tells her story of early childhood family separation when her Mom moves to the US, then her own childhood migration to LA, where she lived for decades –until her deportation back to Honduras. Thereshe is warned to cover up her tattoos, and is assaulted, perhaps because of them. Later she witnesses the murder of a friend, and now fears for her life. Suffering age discrimination in the workplace, threats of violence, and separation from her mother and son, she pleas for help to return to the US to apply for political asylum.