District Court in Santa Ana, California. During that hearing attorneys for the U.S. Department of Justice did not offer a reason for the family's detention but said the visa they held did not preclude further vetting by immigration agents if warranted. All five family members, including the couple's three young sons, were ordered to appear at a second hearing scheduled for April 5. According to defense lawyers, the family members were granted so-called Special Immigrant Visas and the right to live in the United States in return for the father's work for a decade at a U.S. military base in

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