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Mother of Two Goes to Immigration Interview and Ends Up in ICE Detention

The interview was part of the application process for lawful permanent residency. A federal judge in Boston has stayed the deportation of a Rhode Island woman pending his review of a petition challenging her detention and the government’s efforts to remove her. The judge, Mark L. Wolf, is one of a growing number of judges across the country who are looking closely at the government’s increasingly aggressive detention and deportation practices.
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