Estela Juarez, a fourteen-year-old girl, is the daughter of an undocumented immigrant. Despite facing hardships, she has actively fought for change since a young age, advocating through letters, interviews, and writing. Her mother was deported in 2018, despite being a military wife. Estela’s longing for her mother and the injustice of family separation fueled her determination to bring attention to their situation. She authored her first book, “Until Someone Listens,” and gained visibility after speaking at the 2021 Democratic National Convention. In 2021, she succeeded in temporarily bringing her mother back to the United States, but the family still faces uncertainty due to the need for annual parole renewals, leaving them in fear of potential separation again.