Orlando parents may be particularly interested in a case involving a 6-year-old foster child whose reunification with her biological father in Mexico may be delayed after three Oregon lawmakers took an interest in the case. The young girl was removed from her biological mother's custody due to a methamphetamine addiction and was not reunited with her because the mother failed to comply with orders to submit to urinalysis or take part in drug rehabilitation services.
According to reports, the biological father has had legal problems of his own. He served time in the Oregon State Penitentiary on assault charges and was deported to Mexico after he was released. The girl's grandmother has insisted that her father is also unfit and sending the child to Mexico would mean removing her from the only country and family that she knows.