Immigration Policy Analyst Alex Nowrasteh tells Jakadrien Turner‘s story and what it means for the immigration reform debate. Turner is a 14-year-old girl from Texas who was mistakenly deported to Colombia. Turner is not Hispanic, does not speak Spanish, and has no connections to Colombia whatsoever. It took six months of pleading and legal maneuvering before authorities allowed her to return home. This was not an isolated incident. The way to prevent future cases like this, Nowrasteh argues, is radically simplifying our overly complex immigration and citizenship laws.