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An auto shop owner facing deportation to Lebanon for crimes committed 14 years ago asked New Hampshire state officials for a pardon this week, saying he doesn't want to again be torn away from everything he loves.Alain Ata, 34, came to the U.S. with his family at age 10 . He spent many years in prison for a pair of burglaries in December 2004, and is seeking a pardon to stay in the country. Ata's lawyer said he essentially has remained on "immigration probation" because Lebanon officials haven't submitted the necessary paperwork yet.In objecting to the pardon, Conway said he was convicted of assaulting a police officer, disorderly conduct and other crimes before the burglaries, and with causing serious injury in a drunken driving crash after.
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