ACLU of N.H. Sues for Release of Somali Asylum Seeker Detained for More Than Two Years
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The ACLU of New Hampshire is suing the U.S. government on behalf of a man they say has been in immigration detention for more than two years.
Mahamed Ahmed-Cali, a Somali native, was detained at a California port of entry in 2016 after requesting asylum.
Since then, immigration officials have transferred him to several states, including Louisiana, Florida, Alabama and, most recently, New Hampshire at the Strafford County Department of Corrections.