"We won. We won. We won. Thank you," said Oneita.
The couple has spent years fighting to remain in the U.S. They are now on their way to becoming permanent residents.
ICE officials have agreed to a stay of deportation and to support the Thompsons re-opening their case.
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The couple fled Jamaica in 2004, seeking refuge from gang violence. They have seven children, three of whom are American citizens.
"I was very fearful of losing my children. I was very fearful of losing me. I was very fearful of losing the will to fight," said Oneita
The Thompsons call this life-changing breakthrough a miracle.