ST. ALBANS, Vt. (AP) — Authorities in Vermont say Ugandan activist who fled his house nation after he says he was repeatedly tortured for his human rights work and would worry for his life if he was deported can keep one other yr.
Steven Tendo, a 37-year-old pastor, was granted a one-year keep on deportation or removing on Tuesday. After a gathering at a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Companies Workplace in northern Vermont, he thanked the 2 dozen advocates and mates who gathered exterior the constructing to point out their assist. The newspaper VTDigger first reported on his case from Vermont.