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Afghan pilot reputed for saving US lives reapplies for asylum after being approved and later rejected


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KABUL, Afghanistan – An Afghan air force pilot has again applied for refuge in the United States after the Pentagon reversed its previous decision to endorse his move.

The government is reviewing Maj. Mohammed Naiem Asadi’s new application for Significant Public Benefit Parole, a temporary status for noncitizens in need of protection, his lawyer Kimberley Motley said Sunday.

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