Immigration Officials to Family of Ailing Children: Go Home

Aamir Khandwalla and his younger brother Hanzallah have spent the last eight years being treated for a rare, painful genetic disorder characterized by dwarfism, dislocated hips and knees, curved spines and extremely loose joints. But they face an uncertain medical future because U.S. immigration authorities say their family must return to their native Kenya by month's end. Leaving their home in Portland, Ore., means neither youngster will get specialized care for bone deformities and weakness...Full Story
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