This undated photo provided by Lidia Karine Souza via her attorney Lidia posing for a photo with her son Diogo De Olivera Filho. The mother from Governador Valadares, Brazil has filed a federal lawsuit demanding the release of her 9-year-old son who’s being detained in Chicago after the two were separated at the border. (Courtesy of Lidia Karine Souza via AP)

This undated photo provided by Lidia Karine Souza via her attorney Lidia posing for a photo with her son Diogo De Olivera Filho. The mother from Governador Valadares, Brazil has filed a federal lawsuit demanding the release of her 9-year-old son who’s being detained in Chicago after the two were separated at the border. (Courtesy of Lidia Karine Souza via AP)

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