Brother And Sister Cry Tears Of Joy When They Hug Sibling They've Not Seen In Seven Years
A brother and sister who moved to the United States from Venezuela seven years ago sobbed tears of joy when they finally reunited with their brother and mom they hadn't seen since. Daniel Baptista, 31, and sister Paola, were separated from their mom Sonia and brother, Nestor, when they moved to the United States years ago. Due to issues in their home country, Sonia, 62, and Nestor, 37, could not be granted a visa to travel to the U.S., Daniel said. But having finally seen their visas approved, Sonia and Nestor planned a long-awaited trip, which saw them land at Miami Airport on August 30. Daniel said he felt incredibly nervous during the two-hour wait as his mom and brother came through customs. As the pair entered the arrivals lounge, an excitable Daniel – who was being filmed – headed straight to his brother for a much-needed hug. The moment itself then got too much for Daniel, who sobbed on his older sibling's shoulder while his sister embraced their mom.