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A German home-schooling family facing deportation following the Supreme Courtís refusal to hear their appeal is being allowed to stay in the U.S.
The Department of Homeland Security has granted the family ďindefinite deferred status,Ē their attorney confirmed to Fox News.
That means the Romeike family, who claim the German government is persecuting them because they want to raise their children in accordance with their Christian beliefs, can stay in the United States without the threat of being forced return to their home country, the familyís legal team told Fox News.