Chavez and her kids slept in a converted Sunday school room and spent most of their time in a nearby room with a television and games.

Chavez’s departure came after Immigration and Customs Enforcement issued a one year stay of removal, the AP reported. Local and church leaders, along with Chavez’s lawyers, criticized U.S. immigration policy.

“There are millions of Vickys in this country — I’ve represented many of them,” attorney Skylar Anderson said. “There aren’t enough churches to give sanctuary to all the Vickys of this country. This country needs to be that sanctuary.”