A Bengali mother, who has legally fought for the position of her husband and husband in the United States, has been allowed to stay in the country at the last moment of her retreat. After Salma Sikandar and her family in Connecticut were turned down on an urgent call on Wednesday night, when they thought all hope was over, the authorities allowed them to stay.
It is rare that you get permission to stay in the United States after the appeal has been rejected. The Bengali Salma Sikandar got the rare opportunity. On Wednesday, their lawyer phoned the telephone that the US Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICEE) officials had allowed her to live.
Salma & # 39; s husband Anwar Mahmud has had a hunger strike in the last two days. Nearly hundreds of people gathered outside the courtrooms and demanded Salma permission to live. She slogan Chicken Salma Home (let Salma remain) and Justice for Salma (wants justice for Salma).
Anwar said in response to the permission to stay, it usually does not happen. When I hear the news, I break the tears like a baby.
Salma's family received support from Rosa Dealauro, a member of the Democratic Congress. He gave a statement on Twitter to get permission.
Salma Sikandar came to the United States a few years ago and her husband was introduced to New York. They have a son and live in the New Haven area.
ICE officials said that the tourist visa of Salma has expired. He has lived in the United States for more than a year with an expired visa. That is why he was ordered to leave the country. Salma's husband said she had applied for Salma to remain in custody for childcare. But it was rejected. Further applications are also rejected. Anwar Mahmud himself has no valid documents and his political asylum application is running.
Now the family has some relief. Their son Samir Mahmud started at the University of Quinnipiac in August. This is a good time for the family.
Anwar Mahmood, who works as a manager in McDonald's, said, "The first person in our family has the opportunity to study in college, and I and my wife just wanted to do this." The biggest thing is that we're together as a family.
US President Donald Trump has taken the step to bring immigrants involved in crimes in the United States to their respective countries to reform the country's immigration system. But in recent months there have been deportations of many non-immigrant papers.