Syed Jamal, a Bangladeshi-born chemistry professor who lived in the U.S. for decades, won a legal victory as immigration agents continue attempt to deport him.
Ten women accused the director of the school's prestigious Medill Justice Project of "harassing" and "predatory" behavior.
Immigration officials put Syed Ahmed Jamal on a plane bound for Bangladesh before an immigration panel granted a temporary stay in his case, his lawyer said.
A Kansas professor who was detained by immigration agents and facing deportation after living in the United States for 30 years has been granted a temporary stay.
Syed Ahmed Jamal, who is from Bangladesh, was about to take his daughter to school on the morning of Jan. 24 when U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials showed up on his front lawn in Lawrence, a suburb of Kansas City, and arrested him