"We are happy to have indefinite status even though we won't be able to get American citizenship any time soon," Uwe Romeike, the father, said. "As long as we can live at peace here, we are happy. We have always been ready to go wherever the Lord would lead us — and I know my citizenship isn't really on earth.
"This has always been about our children. I wouldn't have minded staying in Germany if the mistreatment targeted only me — but our whole family was targeted when German authorities would not tolerate our decision to teach our children — that is what brought us here."
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
German Homeschoolers, Romeike Family, Will Not Be Deported, DHS Says
So, the German homeschoolers are granted the ability to stay here indefinitely by the WHIM of the administration. Not for any "religious persecution" reasons, when that is for sure the reason?