MARIA ROSA LUCCHINI, CORRESPONDENT, UNIVISION: The study was focused on 572 women over a period of four years. And it revealed that 48% of these women feel extremely worried about deportations. 24% feel moderately worried and 28%, not so much. These women live in fear of being deported or of their relatives being detained by ICE agents.
CARLOS GUEVARA, UNIDOS US: The country requires immigration reforms that are effective, just, and that ultimately work for the entire country.
LUCCHINI: According to the study, depression and anxiety among immigrant women has also been linked to immigration policies established by this administration.
DR. LIGIA PERALTA: That stress and depression are linked to a cascade of inflammatory changes and these inflammatory changes can raise blood pressure and are also, at the same time, a long-term impact.
LUCCHINI: For its part, the Trump Administration continues to defend its position against illegal immigration, especially the construction of the border wall which, officials say, is going full speed ahead. From Washington, Maria Rosa Lucchini, Univision.