ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Ibrahim Parlak came to the U.S. in 1991 as Kurdish refugee; his friends and neighbors see him as the ideal American immigrant. But the U.S. government considers him "the complete terrorist package" and has been trying to deport him for over a decade. We try to figure out why the two see him so differently.

Credits

Undone is hosted and produced by Pat Walters. This episode was reported by Alex Kotlowitz, and produced by Julia DeWitt and Emanuele Berry. Our senior producer is Larissa Anderson.

Editing by Alan Burdick and Catlin Kenney. Production assistance by Isabella Kulkarni.

Undone is mixed and scored by Bobby Lord. Our fact-checker is Michelle Harris.

Special thanks to Robert Carpenter and Dan Collison and Elizabeth Meister of Long Haul Productions, who provided tape we used in this episode. You can check out their other work here.

Undone was conceived in collaboration with our friends at Retro Report, the documentary film series that connects iconic news events of the past to today. You can find them here.










English
United States

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