One of the president-elect's main policy points during the campaign was securing the southern border. He vowed to build the wall and deport millions of undocumented, immigrants. But for those who are undocumented fear that their families will be broken apart is mounting as Donald Trump prepares to take office.
This was one of the hottest, most controversial issues in the campaign. WBAL-TV 11 News spoke to an undocumented family living in Baltimore County about their serious, real-life worries for the future.
Carlos Crespo is a devoted father, teaching his 6-year-old daughter with Down syndrome her ABCs. He's terrified about Trump's calls for mass deportation.
"We try to live a normal life, but we have this fear hanging over us, I don't know if one day I'll get a call they've detained my wife, I don't know If I'll be able come home to see my daughter," Crespo said.