BINMALEY, Pangasinan: Angelyn Aguirre planned to fly home to the Philippines in December and stay here for good.

She had been working as a caregiver in Israel for the last seven years and felt it was time to start a family in Barangay Balagan here, a small village surrounded by bangus (milkfish) ponds.

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