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The Promise 

Like thousands of asylum seekers, Abu Omar waits with the uncertainty of whether the U.S. government will accept his asylum application.

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This feature was reported as a part of Borderless Magazine's Asylum City series on immigration and sanctuary in Chicago and made possible thanks to support from the International Women's Media Foundation and Kickstarter supporters.   v

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