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OSAKA (Kyodo) The Osaka immigration bureau has allowed a Chinese woman and her two children to stay in Japan for one year after her husband’s residential status expires, their supporters said Saturday.

The three, who live in Ikoma, Nara Prefecture, where the son attends high school and the daughter elementary school, were to be deported after the husband’s investment company ran into financial difficulties.

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