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Matthew Behrens | On May 26, Canadian citizen Deepan Budlakoti goes to court in an effort to be recognized as a Canadian citizen. Although he was born in Canada, the federal government has rendered him stateless.
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Nikki Bozinoff, Ritika Goel, Marcella Jones, Faraz Vahid Shahid | Deepan Budlakoti is without health care due to his lack of citizenship and now joins the ranks of an estimated half a million people living in Canada without access to medical care.
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Victoria Fenner | Episode 158 of rabble radio is about the lives that undocumented migrants face and also about people trying to help them make sense of it all and live their lives.
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Stacy Douglas | The Federal Court has released its decision in the case of Deepan Budlakoti and refused to declare him a citizen. Isn't this decision in conflict with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
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Miriam Katawazi | Deepan Budlakoti has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada to challenge the government to recognize his citizenship. If successful, he will be recognized as a Canadian citizen.
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| Make your voice heard when you say no to the deportation of Deepan Budlakoti
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Karl Nerenberg | The Harper government has made Deepan Budlakoti, born in Canada to parents who are now Canadian citizens, a stateless person. That is typical of a policy that pushes 'guest workers' over immigrants.