Seventeen-year old Carolina is putting on some snazzy shoes and make-up, talking excitedly to her friends on her phone, getting ready to go out for a party.
The mobile home that she shares with her mother and two younger siblings in Texico, New Mexico, is hardly luxurious. But this town provides her with something that she did not have in her former home in San Pedro Sula, Honduras - safety.
Here, at least, she can go out.
"I want to give the children what I can, have them go to school," said Orfa. "They are the important ones. It is not easy here, but maybe the children can study and achieve something."