humanrightswatch and the photographer Platon recently released an immigration photo feature on the websites of Time Magazine and Human Rights Watch. Roland Sylvain, 35, and his US citizen wife, Joeddy, 30, pictured with their older son, also a US citizen. Roland was born in Haiti and has been a lawful permanent resident since the age of 7. Joeddy was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Roland’s parents, siblings, and his 94-year-old grandfather are US citizens. Roland explained he faces deportation for signing his cousin’s name on traffic tickets more than 10 years ago, which resulted in a forgery conviction. Although he never served any time in prison, his sole conviction is considered an “aggravated felony” under US immigration law, for which Roland faces mandatory and permanent deportation to Haiti and separation from his family. See more photos and read more stories from the report here.