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Afghan interpreter for U.S. troops hoping to remain in Iowa Falls

Afghan interpreter for U.S. troops hoping to remain in Iowa Falls

Niazy and Senator Grassley. (file photo) A man who served as an interpreter for U.S. troops in Afghanistan is hoping to have better luck in immigration court after being denied political asylum in the United States. Zalmay Niazy has lived in Iowa Falls since 2015. He has an appointment with an immigration judge...

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