BOSTON -- A judge on Tuesday scheduled an August deportation hearing for a Pakistani man arrested in Massachusetts on an immigration violation during an investigation of the failed Times Square bombing, finding that he has been living illegally in the country since 1991. On Tuesday, U.S. Immigration Judge Matthew D'Angelo found Khan is eligible for deportation because he entered the United States illegally through Mexico in 1991. D'Angelo scheduled a hearing for Aug. 10. Khan's lawyer, Saher Macarius, said he'll argue that Khan should be allowed to stay in the United States because he has lived here for more than 10 years without any arrests and that his deportation would pose an "extreme and unusual" hardship for an American woman he married in 2008. Man Arrested In Times Sq. Probe Fights Deportation What say you? Should he stay ... or should he go?