Just days before he arrives in Boulder to talk to undergraduate students, President Obama, has his uncle clearly on his mind. Like so many of us, Obama struggles with the possibility of one of his own family members being deported based on his immigration status in this country.
President Obama’s Uncle, Onyagno Obama, is presently under investigation by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency to determine the legality of his status in this country. Onyagno will likely request asylum from the U.S. government as was granted to his wife in 2010.
Kenya is considered a war zone by the United States and refugees fleeing are eligible to receive political asylum in the United States. Yet, this issue has become a sticking point for the campaign as president hopeful Mitt Romney said on a radio talk show: "Well, if the laws of the United States say he should be deported, and I presume they do, then of course we should follow those laws.”
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