20161215_C_9949_JC

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A portrait of a Vietnamese refugee with a green card, but also felony convictions who goes by the nickname Lu'o'm (HIS FULL NAME AND FACE ARE NOT TO BE REVEALED). His face and arms are scarred from when he tried to set himself on fire in a suicide attempt as a teenager. Clayton, NC on Thursday, December 15, 2016. (Justin Cook for The New York Times)<br />
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SUMMARY: <br />
Immigrants who are green card holders with convictions that render them deportable under federal immigration law, but who are not considered priorities for deportation by the Obama administration. But they are being called the "lowest hanging fruit" that President-elect Trump could "pick," should he choose to follow through on the commitment to crack down on criminal aliens.
A portrait of a Vietnamese refugee with a green card, but also felony convictions who goes by the nickname Lu'o'm (HIS FULL NAME AND FACE ARE NOT TO BE REVEALED). His face and arms are scarred from when he tried to set himself on fire in a suicide attempt as a teenager. Clayton, NC on Thursday, December 15, 2016. (Justin Cook for The New York Times)

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Immigrants who are green card holders with convictions that render them deportable under federal immigration law,...
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