Immigrant army veteran files lawsuit in fight to stay in the US

Yea Ji Sea, 29, served as an Army specialist for more than four years before being honorably discharged in July.
0:43 | 08/16/18

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Hey what I'm expecting contact and hanging. Didn't think that this. Would have been like. Like as. A soldier out what they've that I will be protected by at least. Some kind of law that would stay you know like. Extend I won't get you know the court at night I shouldn't have to worry about driving back home. We're about you know just everything. And you know. Aren't they out they really thinking you be OK but somewhere along the highlight. You know I got there have been all that I got kicked out of the army. I'm in court right now.

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