PORTLAND — A Pakistani man jailed in Maine over an expired visa while authorities investigated the attempted Times Square car bombing continues to be detained.

Kathryn Mattingly from the Department of Justice executive office for immigration review says today’s immigration hearing for Mohammad Shafiq Rahman was rescheduled for Aug. 24.

She says his detention status is unchanged.

Rahman, of South Portland, was one of three Pakistani men in New England charged with immigration violations during the investigation of the May 1 attempted car bombing.

Rahman’s lawyer has said Rahman once met Faisal Shahzad, who pleaded guilty to 10 charges in the Times Square case. But they hadn’t had contact for years.

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PORTLAND — A Pakistani man detained on an immigration violation in Maine while authorities investigated the attempted Times Square car bombing is due in court.

Mohammad Shafiq Rahman is expected to appear today before an immigration judge in Boston via video link from Portland, where Rahman is being detained.

Rahman, of South Portland, was one of three Pakistani men in New England charged with immigration violations as authorities investigated the May 1 attempted car bombing.

A judge set bond for Rahman but later reversed the decision. Rahman’s lawyer has said Rahman once met Faisal Shahzad, who pleaded guilty to 10 charges in the Times Square case. But they hadn’t had contact for years.