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A Long, Hard Road For Family's Naturalization

More than a decade after a Pakistani immigrant was killed by a self-confessed racist seeking revenge for 9/11, the murdered man's family is being naturalized. It's been a grueling trip for the murder victim's family; it took years and a rare private relief bill shepherded by Rep. Rush Holt, D-N.J., to ensure the Hasan family's residence in the United States. NPR's Elizabeth Fiedler reports.