BOSTON -- President Barack Obama's African aunt is going before an immigration judge for a second time to argue she should be allowed to stay in the United States.
Kenya native Zeituni Onyango is scheduled to appear Thursday in U.S. Immigration Court in Boston.
Onyango moved to the United States in 2000. Her first asylum request was rejected. She was ordered deported in 2004. But she didn't leave the country and continued to live in public housing in Boston.
Her status as an illegal immigrant was revealed just days before Obama was elected.
Obama says he didn't know his aunt was living in the country illegally. He says laws covering the situation should be followed.
A judge agreed to reopen the asylum case.