Earlier this week, NHPR featured the story of nearly two dozen undocumented Indonesian immigrants facing deportation, after having lived in the Dover area for two decades.
During a routine check-in with federal immigration officials earlier this month, they were told to purchase plane tickets, and make plans to leave the country in less than two months, or face detention.
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It’s a situation immigrant advocates say is playing out in communities across New Hampshire, as the Trump administration’s new, more aggressive immigration enforcement policy takes effect.
Maggie Fogarty is co-director of the American Friends Service Committee, an immigration rights advocacy group. She spoke with NHPR’s Morning Edition.
We’re seeing what’s happening now in Dover. Are you seeing undocumented immigrants becoming
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