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German home-school families face US deportation

German home-school families face US deportation

Uwe and Hanalore Romeike want to educate their seven children at home, rather than in the school system.  But in Germany where they come from originally, home schooling is illegal.  It isn't just discouraged, it is punishable by heavy fines and imprisonment and their children could be taken away from them.  So along with other German home-schooling families they have come to the United States and are seeking asylum.  But the claim they are being persecuted has not been accepted and unless the Supreme Court intervenes they face deportation from the US.

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