Obdulio Vasquez-Puac was separated from his 8-year-old son after they crossed the Mexican-American border in Texas in May. Caught up in the Trump administration’s short-lived family separation policy, Obdulio has been told little of the whereabouts of his son and does not know when they will be reunited. Obdulio primarily speaks Mam, a Mayan language used in Guatemala and Southern Mexico, further complicating his situation. He recalled being robbed by coyotes on the crossing, who stole his last $300. Adelanto Facility. California. July, 2018.