MOSCOW — Three days after returning to the Soviet Union saying they were disillusioned with life in America, the members of an emigre family said today that they are leaving again because two teen-age sons are unhappy here.
Faina Gonta, the boys' mother, said she was informed by the U.S. Embassy in Moscow that her family, which had lived in the United States for a decade, will be allowed to leave the Soviet Union on Saturday on a British Airways flight to London.
Jaroslav Verner, a U.S. Embassy spokesman, confirmed that the Gontas asked embassy officials to be allowed to return to the United States.
Gonta and her husband, David, emigrated to the United States with her two sons and her mother in 1976. They returned to the Soviet Union on Monday from Jersey City, N.J., saying that in the United States, they were "eternal immigrants" and that their children were treated badly by schoolmates.