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They're US citizens and shouldn't fear deportation. But they're carrying their passports anyway

(CNN)Alejandra Duran was devastated the day she decided it was time to get US passport cards for her children.It wasn't because they were planning to take a trip abroad. Instead, the 42-year-old legal assistant in Tucson, Arizona, says she felt her children needed passports to protect themselves while going about their daily lives in the United States."I feel uncomfortable and I feel insecure because I have an accent," said Duran, a naturalized US citizen who was born in Mexico.She says all three of her children live in Arizona and were born in the United States, but she's still scared that if they get pulled over one day, authorities won't believe her and she'll need to prove it."With the new administration, that fear is bigger than it us ...