"It's been nearly three months, why don't they want to return my daughter?" said Nazario, a potato farmer from Guatemala who was deported without his daughter.
U.S. Border Patrol agents separated Nazario from his daughter, who was 5-years-old at the time.
Filomena is among the 431 migrant children still in U.S. government custody after their parents or guardians were deported.
NOTE: KQED originally spelled Filomena's name Filemona, as it appeared on a U.S. court document filed by her father. In fact, her name is spelled Filomena and appears that way on her Guatemalan birth certificate.