Guyanese mother, autistic son secure return to T&T

Rosinda Nicholson, the young mother who was deported from Trinidad with her autistic son in October, is now back in the Twin Island Republic with the child.

According to activist Mark Benschop, who has been helping Nicholson, 23, she has been allowed to stay until the expiry date of her ticket but it is believed that the authorities would grant her permanent residency on humanitarian grounds.

Nicholson and her three-year-old son Elijah Harris returned to Trinidad yesterday and while initially officials were …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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