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Immigration

A federal class action claims U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services discriminates against children of Indian immigrants by allowing them to “age out” at 21 and lose eligibility to immigrate permanently with their parents.

PORTLAND, Ore. — A federal class action claims U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services discriminates against children of Indian immigrants by allowing them to “age out” at 21 and lose eligibility to immigrate permanently with their parents.

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