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On a recent Saturday afternoon at a community center in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, more than a dozen people sit in metal folding chairs, organized in a circle. "I mean it's kind of, like, hitting home because my husband does not have citizenship, and he's got a past. Nguyen declined to elaborate on her husband's past.
They lean forward, listening to the free legal advice being offered. He's Amerasian and they worry he could one day be deported to the country that so many fled more than 30 years ago.
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He asked not to use his last name because he fears for his safety if he ever goes back to Vietnam.
The agreement has allowed some Vietnamese immigrants to live here for more than 20 years.
The country only accepts Vietnamese who went to the United States after 1995, the year the two countries resumed diplomatic relations. "After years of negotiating, Vietnam essentially agreed to take back people who came to the U. Critics say some of the immigrants committed nonviolent offenses or served their time years ago, and many wouldn't have been considered priorities for deportation under previous administrations. "They were forced to come here, in many ways, because of the war that was happening in their country," says Bethany Li, director of the Asian Outreach Unit at Greater Boston Legal Services. Many, like Vu, took advantage of a program that allowed Amerasians to get residency in the U. Now, in Boston, he has a steady job, a long-time partner and two U. "I think about it often and I don't want to be deported," he says, wiping tears from his face. They have been convicted of a range of crimes, from burglary and drug charges to violent crimes.