Deported Veteran SPC Hector Barajas 82nd Abn is a former U.S. Army Paratrooper, the Director of the deported Veteran's Support House and Founder of the "Bunker".
He served in the U.S. Army from 1995-2001, was honorably discharged and then was deported to Mexico. In Tijuana, Mexico he runs the Bunker he founded to help other U.S. deported Veteran's.
Hector Barajas was born in Mexico in 1977 and entered the U.S. with his family in 1984. He received LPR status through the Family Unity Program in 1992. ALL of Barajas immediate family are either naturalized citizen's or LPR's. In 1995 Hector enlisted in the U.S. Army after graduating High School until his Honorable Discharge in 2001.
After returning home to his family he found himself in trouble and served a 3 year sentence with half of it being in the California State Prison. In 2004 he was deported and able to come back to his naturalized 11 year old daughter and family. In 2010 for a traffic violation his prior removal was reinstated and found himself deported again.
SPC Hector Barajas has since continuously resided in Mexico where he now provides support for Deported Veteran's like himself as the founder and Director of the Deported Veteran's Support House. DVSH has come into contact with Deported Veteran's facing deportation as well as deported to 30 plus countries around the world who served in the United States Military.
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