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Pakistan Expects Changes to U.S. Security Laws

Pakistan’s foreign minister said Tuesday he was expecting changes to controversial new U.S. security arrangements that had prompted fears of a big deportation of Pakistanis living in the United States. Mian Khursheed Mehmood Kasuri said he had been assured “at the highest level” there would be no mass deportations under the new laws, which require all males over 16 from Pakistan and 24 other countries to register with U.S. authorities. “I am absolutely sure, and I have had it from the highest level…there are fears there could be a massive deportation of Pakistanis, but this is not going to happen,” Kasuri told Reuters by telephone from Washington on a U.S. visit. Full Story

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