#UndocumentedCA Documentary Airs March 24 CONTACT:Constance Crawford | (916) 278-8955[email protected] Capital Public Radio's multimedia documentary series The View From Here broadcasts the second in a three-part series featuring the voices and stories of undocumented immigrants in California. Lesley McClurg reports during Morning Edition and All Things Considered on Thursday, March 24 on Capital Public Radio News stations. Read Kara and Bernardo's story and see photos at capradio.org/view. Navigating Life And Love As A Mixed Status Couple Bernardo Martinez Cordova's story is not so different from other Mexican immigrants who come to the U.S. illegally. He easily obtained false identification and quickly found work as a dishwasher. He planned on spending a few years in the U.S. to save money to help his parents and six siblings in Veracruz. But, when he and American citizen Kara Davis became pregnant he decided to stay. Bernardo has lived in California for ten years. He and Kara are raising three children under the constant threat of deportation. They hope the foundation they're building for their family doesn't suddenly crumble under them. Part 3 of the documentary series will air in May as our year-long initiative examining undocumented immigration in California concludes. View the stories at capradio.org/undocumentedca. The View From Here is an award-winning documentary series from Capital Public Radio. TVFH produces thought-provoking first-person documentaries and digital stories that inspire us to learn, understand and respond. We build stronger communities through artful, relevant storytelling that connects us to each other's experiences, challenges and dreams.