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Rranxburgaj: Ded Rranxburgaj and Church

rranxburgaj: The Rranxburgaj family will stay at an apartment in the church indefinitely, church leaders and Michigan United officials said, according to Metro News. Immigration officials told Ded Rranxburgaj in October that he was going to be deported. Central United Methodist Church officials announced at a news conference Tuesday that the church is offering sanctuary to Ded Rranxburgaj, 48, of Southgate, who is scheduled to be deported Jan. 25. The administration of President Donald Trump has cracked down on illegal immigration since he took office in January. He's not a threat to your country. This person is not a terrorist. ( As reported in the news.