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Dorchester

Natives of Montserrat face return to island

By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / August 1, 2004

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Immigration activists are trying to draw attention to a little-known decision by the Department of Homeland Security to send hundreds of Montserratians back to their Caribbean island, including a mother and daughter who moved to Dorchester after fleeing Montserrat eight years ago. Early this month, the federal agency revoked the ''temporary protected status" under which many Montserratians had lived since ... (Full Article: 224 Words)

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