President Barack Obama's Kenyan-born uncle, who ignored a deportation order more than two decades ago, was granted permission to stay in the U. Judge Leonard Shapiro made the decision after Onyango Obama, 69, testified that he had lived in the U. Asked about his family in the U. Onyango Obama, the half brother of the president's late father, has lived in the U. He was ordered to leave the country in , but remained. Shapiro cited a law that entitles immigrants who are "out of status" to become permanent residents if they arrived in the U.
Obama's Kenyan-born uncle allowed to remain in US
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William and Wesley Harris, twin brothers, were born in into a poor, African American household and community in Richmond, Virginia. They were nine years old when a heart attack claimed their father's life, leaving their mother—a domestic worker and seamstress—to rear the boys and their three older siblings. They had few economic resources and spent their childhoods in the shadow of Jim Crow repression. These boys—my father William and his brother Wesley—became extraordinary men.
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