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Stony Brook student, mom set to be deported
STONY BROOK (WABC) -- A teenager in her junior year at Stony Brook University is about to be deported along with her mother.
Nadia Habib and her mother, of Queens, will be sent back to Bangladesh next week.
They've been in this country illegally since Nadia was a baby, though Nadia didn't know she was illegal until college.
Nadia's father has a green card, so he'll remain in this country.
Her three siblings were born here, so they're citizens.
Nadia says she's being sent to a country where she doesn't even speak the language.
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