In the days leading up to Tung Nguyen’s check-in with immigration officials in October, he couldn’t eat, couldn’t sleep and couldn’t concentrate at work.
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In case he got detained, he cleaned the house and made sure his wife knew where to find important financial information so she can take over paying the bills.
“It’s traumatizing,” says Nguyen. “All I think about is that … this time, I might not come back and see my wife and kid.”
Nguyen came to the US from Vietnam with his family as a refugee in 1991 when he was 13. At age 16, he was convicted of murder and robbery and was sentenced to life in prison. After saving the lives of
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