Narvaez Family Sings 'Home' To Help Bring Grandma Back To The U.S.

03/28/2014 02:44 am ET | Updated Mar 28, 2014

Jorge Narvaez and daughter Alexa became viral video sensations three years ago with their duet of "Home" by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, making it all the way to national TV on "America's Got Talent."

Now, they're back with a new member of the band: Little sister Eliana. And this version of "Home" is especially poignant because they're singing for someone they're trying to bring home.

In 2007, Jorge's mother -- the girls' grandmother -- was deported to Mexico after living in the United States for 20 years.

"It took a toll on me spiritually, mentally and emotionally, and my grades and stuff," Jorge told The Huffington Post in 2012.

Despite having an American husband and son, her application for permanent residency was denied.

"No one should be forced to live away from their loved ones," Jorge writes in the post that accompanies the new video. "If you believe in family reunification, please support us by signing the national petition to bring them home and staying informed by following the National Immigrant Youth Alliance."

(h/t Buzzfeed)

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