Adoptees take on a different kind of immigration fight

Adoptees take on a different kind of immigration fight
Adoptees take on a different kind of immigration fight

Adoptees take on a different kind of immigration fight

Since the end of World War II, tens of thousands of children have been adopted into the U.S. from foreign countries. Now, some of those adult adoptees are in a precarious legal position because of a loophole in immigration law. Now, a group of adoptees in Chicago is fighting to change that. Worldview producer Alexandra Salomon reports. (Photo: Associated Press/Gosia Wozniacka)