Time winding down as Highlands Ranch teacher fights deportation

Article CAIRCO note: 
It is not deportation, his temporary H-1B visa was not renewed after 8 years, meaning there is no longer a shortage of qualified U.S. IT workers.
Article author: 
Erika Gonzalez
Article publisher: 
Fox 31
Article date: 
26 February 2019
Article category: 
Colorado News
Article Body: 

An emotional plea from a local school employee fighting deportation and running out of time. Anthony Wanjiru moved to the United States from Nairobi, Kenya in 2011. Earlier this month he learned his temporary work visa was not renewed and would have 30 days to leave the country. 

[...]  Wanjiru has been with the IT department for years

Over the weekend the offices of Senator Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner reached out to Wanjiru and are working together to find what they can do to help ...

CAIRCO Notes:  After 8 years of graduate students it is likely there is no longer a shortage of qualified IT workers.

USCIS "The H-1B visa program should help U.S. companies recruit highly-skilled foreign nationals when there is a shortage of qualified workers in the country."