Monday, November 17, 2003 at 1:21 PM
Elderly and disabled refugees arriving in the U.S. often flee their homelands with little but the clothes on their backs. They depend upon limited resources and the federal government to help them survive in their new homeland. But for thousands of refugees, that federal aid is being cut off. That's the case for a couple in Cleveland, who are facing a citizenship deadline. ideastream's Janet Babin reports.
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