Heart-wrenching fight for immigrant's son (CNN) -- The boy has two names. His biological mother calls him Carlitos, but he's Jamison to the couple that adopted him. The two sides are locked in a heart-wrenching legal fight over custody of the 4-year-old boy. He's caught between federal immigration and state adoption laws -- and between two families. But the Missouri Supreme Court will soon decide his fate. The court could keep him with his adoptive parents, Seth and Melinda Moser, a couple from Carthage, Missouri, who have raised the boy since shortly before his second birthday. The Mosers say they played by the rules in adopting the boy and have provided him with a loving, stable home. Or the court could return the boy to his biological mother, a native of Guatemala who says she never agreed to her son's adoption. She was separated from her son when he was about 6 months old after federal agents imprisoned her as an illegal immigrant who used a stolen Social Security number to work at a poultry processing plant. --- The couple asked to adopt the boy, but [Encarnacion] Bail Romero said no, Riojas says. Rebuffed, the couple introduced the boy to the Mosers. The clergy couple eventually put the boy up for adoption -- something the boy's biological mother says they lacked the legal ability to do. The Mosers soon asked a judge for temporary custody, says their lawyer, Richard Schnake. Bail Romero -- in prison at the time -- did not contact the Mosers or their attorney or object to them having custody, he says. "I didn't know who that family was," she says. Bail Romero says she did not fully understand what was going on and certainly did not give her blessing for them to adopt her son. --- much more, at http://www.cnn.com/2010/US/12/20/missouri.immigrant.child/index.html?hpt=C1 So, what should the court's decision be? Thoughts?