Impasse Persists for Pakistanis Trying to Reach Canada A March 20 deadline has passed for Pakistani nationals to register with the U.S. government or face possible deportation. About 90,000 Iraqis registered; about 1,700 were detained; roughly 170 are still in jail. Several hundred Pakistanis who tried to leave the United States for Canada remain stalled at the border. Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio reports.
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Impasse Persists for Pakistanis Trying to Reach Canada

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A March 20 deadline has passed for Pakistani nationals to register with the U.S. government or face possible deportation. About 90,000 Iraqis registered; about 1,700 were detained; roughly 170 are still in jail. Several hundred Pakistanis who tried to leave the United States for Canada remain stalled at the border. Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio reports.