Obama’s uncle faces deportation meeting

FRAMINGHAM — President Obama’s uncle, Onyango Obama, must appear at a meeting next week at the offices of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Burlington to discuss his deportation to Kenya, a person with direct knowledge of his case said today.

The new development came a week after Onyango Obama resolved drunken driving charges and a day after the state Registry of Motor Vehicles issued him a hardship driver’s license so he could get to his job as manager at two Metrowest liquor stores.

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