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  • Verbalist
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    I don't understand this post at all. Relief? For asylee who engages in drug trafficking? In this quantity (2 lbs)? They should add a charge of criminal stupidity!

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  • SunDevilUSA
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    The hardship is that America has had this P.O.S. drug dealer living here!! That's the hardship!!

    Why hasn't he been deported already?? That's the hardship!!

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  • 4now
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    is the country he is claiming asylum from one of those countries that wont accept criminals back?

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  • Cobaltblue
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    asylee since 2002 convicted of transportation of marijuana (400+ grams), plead in disjuctive, now being asked to reapply for asylum; what other relief? no family in U.S., so where's the hardship?

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  • asylee convicted of transportation of marijuana facing removal under 237(a)(2)(b)(i)

    asylee since 2002 convicted of transportation of marijuana (400+ grams), plead in disjuctive, now being asked to reapply for asylum; what other relief? no family in U.S., so where's the hardship?
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