President Barack Obama’s Kenyan-born uncle was granted legal United States residency during a deportation hearing to argue that he should be allowed to stay in the United States despite a 21-year-old order to leave the country.
A federal immigration judge has scheduled a new deportation hearing granted last year to President Barack Obama’s uncle in Massachusetts.
President Barack Obama’s uncle is getting a new deportation hearing after an appeals board ordered the agency running the country’s immigration court system to review his case.
As of Friday, the uncle of President Barack Obama will be able to legally obtain a Massachusetts driver’s license, even though he’s living in the country illegally.
President Barack Obama’s uncle has been granted a hardship driver’s license, just a week after he lost his license for 45 days in a drunken driving case.
A judge ordered the drunk driving charge against President Barack Obama’s uncle to be continued without a finding for one year Tuesday.
President Barack Obama’s uncle will be back in court on drunken driving charges this week.
The defense for President Barack Obama’s uncle is reviewing the driving records of the police officer who arrested him on drunken driving charges.
A lawyer for President Barack Obama’s uncle says he will ask prosecutors to turn over the driving record of the police officer who stopped him.
President Obama’s uncle plans to argue that police did not have the right to stop his car before his arrest on a drunken driving charge in Framingham.