‘American Exile’ combines a series of photographs and interviews with immigrants who have been deported from the USA and their families, many of whom are American citizens who are left behind. Created by Graham MacIndoe and Susan Stellin, this project has very personal beginnings: in 2010 Graham faced deportation and spent five months in immigration detention “because of a misdemeanour conviction, despite living in the US as a legal permanent resident since 1999.” After he won his case he and Stellin embarked on this project.
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