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Disabled man gets citizenship, caretaker still considered illegal
Disabled man gets citizenship, caretaker still considered illegal

A disabled man who was granted asylum upon entering America years ago has now been made a U.S. citizen. Citizenship remains out of reach for his family members, however, who continue to live in Texas to take care of their injured relative. Even though the injured man's ...

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