A DACA recipient working as a flight attendant was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement during a flight back to the U.S. and was reportedly held for over a month before being released Friday. Selene Saavedra Roman, who worked for Mesa Airlines, was detained on a flight from Mexico on Feb. 12 and held in “inhumane” and “prison” conditions, according to a petition seeking her release. During her detention, Roman’s DACA status was reportedly still valid and is not set to expire until November 2019. She was reportedly born in Peru and arrived in the U.S. when she was just 3-years-old. According to CBS News, she has no criminal history and is married to a U.S. citizen. The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA also reportedly sponsored the petition for her release, which received “11,000 out of the 15,000 requested signatures.” “It is outrageous that she was detained and has been held for over a month with no end in sight,” the petition reads.