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German couple trying to stay legally in US being deported – while nothing happens to illegals crossing the bordeer – Fox

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Tennessee family faces deportation 15 years after fleeing Germany to homeschool kids: A ‘well-founded’ fear

This remarkable story reports:

Uwe and Hannelore Romeike face a devastating predicament as their family faces deportation after 15 years of making a home for themselves in East Tennessee.

“They did not tell us anything. We don’t really know why [this is happening]. We wonder ourselves because we can’t understand,” Uwe Romeike told ‘Fox & Friends Weekend’ on Sunday.

Originally from Germany, the Romeike family fled to the U.S. after being fined for homeschooling their children in their mother country. Five years later, their asylum claim was denied, with authorities claiming they weren’t persecuted.”

Got that? Germany fines its citizens if they home school their kids. And U.S. government authorities are saying this is not persecution so the couple has no right to apply to be in the US legally.

Meanwhile, down there at the US border tens of thousands of seriously illegal migrants are flowing over that border. Is the Biden administration sending them back, as they are the German Romeike family, which is trying to do things by the book?

Of course not.

Needless to say, this is exactly backwards.