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Canada may deport Montreal care worker over obscure 'overthrowing government' clause

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A clause in Canada's immigration law prevents a man from returning to the U.S. after a 20-year absence. The man, who has lived in Canada since the 1980s, says he wants to return to the United States. He says he was forced to leave the country because he was a member of a group that wanted to overthrow the government.
1 month ago·Montreal, Canada

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Canada may deport Montreal care worker over obscure 'overthrowing government' clause

Mamadou Konate's first refugee claim was rejected because he was involved in the Ivory Coast civil war almost 20 years ago. Canada’s Immigration Act says that anyone who participated in trying to overthrow a government cannot seek residency in Canada. Konate says that's too simplistic.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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