Djuma Miradji fled the Democratic Republic of the Congo after being beaten, detained and, on one occasion, shot for his work as an immigration officer in the eastern border city of Goma.

In January he entered the United States at Dulles International Airport in Virginia, but he’s been in jail ever since, one of thousands of asylum seekers trapped by the increasing complexities of the U.S. immigration system.

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