MERIDEN — A judge’s decision to grant a Norwalk mother of four children an emergency stay of a deportation order after she hid in a church may help others facing similar U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement decisions, an immigration attorney said Thursday.
“It certainly gives us hope,” said attorney Michael Boyle, of North Haven. “For now, it’s the best hope we can have in the Trump administration.”
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Boyle represents a Meriden couple who face renewal decisions on Tuesday. The couple have two children, one in a city high school and the other at Central Connecticut State University. Both parents have been granted permits to work in the U.S.
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