Future Uncertain for Asian Immigrants Facing Deportation in USi
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Elizabeth Lee
November 27, 2014 12:52 AM
In the debate about immigration in the United States, one group often overlooked is the estimated 1.3 million illegal immigrants from Asia. President Barack Obama’s recent executive order can provide a temporary reprieve from deportation to about 400,000 of these people, but for many more, the future is uncertain. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports.

Future Uncertain for Asian Immigrants Facing Deportation in US

Elizabeth Lee

Published November 26, 2014

In the debate about immigration in the United States, one group often overlooked is the estimated 1.3 million illegal immigrants from Asia. President Barack Obama’s recent executive order can provide a temporary reprieve from deportation to about 400,000 of these people, but for many more, the future is uncertain. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports.


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