AUTISTIC BOYS ON BRINK OF DEPORTATION

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AUTISTIC BOYS ON THE BRINK OF DEPORTATION!

In search for a better life, Fasel, left his family to come to Australia in hope of finding a better future for his family. After 4 years, he brought his family to Australia and has been supporting himself and his family, Fasel recently applied for a PR but was rejected because both of the children’s autism will cost the government too much money. The family faces deportation because the Australian government believes the children’s expenses, over there lifetime will be a burden on the Australian tax payer.

The two boys, Muhammad Saim 16, and Muhammad Maaz, 14, (both autistic) have no medical support back in Pakistan, which includes their vital medication and basic day to day needs. Would an Australian born child be kicked out because they are Autistic?