German Family Granted Political Asylum in Tennessee: German Family Determined to Home-school

Atlanta, photojournalist, documentary photography, editorial, news, ministry, In a first of its kind case, a U.S. immigration court has granted a German family political asylum based on government persecution.  Uwe Romeike, a music teacher, his wife Hannelore and their five children fled persecution by German authorities over homeschooling in August 2008 and are now living in Eastern Tennessee. Homeschooling is illegal in Germany.   Bild am Sonntag
German Family Determined to Home-school, Morristown, Tennessee

In a first of its kind case, a U.S. immigration court has granted a German family political asylum based on government persecution. Uwe Romeike, a music teacher, his wife Hannelore and their five children fled persecution by German authorities over homeschooling in August 2008 and are now living in Eastern Tennessee. Homeschooling is illegal in Germany. On Assignment for Bild am Sonntag