Flora Rranxburgaj knows what will happen if her husband, Ded, who is a fugitive from immigration authorities, gets deported.
“My life is done,” said Flora Rranxburgaj, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 11 years ago.
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That’s why the family has taken sanctuary in a Detroit church.
Ded Rranxburgaj, who emigrated from Albania 17 years ago to provide a “better life” for his family, has to bathe and feed his wife because of her disability.
“My wife is very sick and I want my family all together,” said Ded Rranxburgaj. “I have to stay in the church, I have no choice.”
Flora, Ded, and their two sons moved into the Central United Methodist Church Detroit a week ago to avoid authorities.
Historically, some churches have offered sanctuary to undocumented immigrants facing deportation.
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