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Undocumented Immigrant Students May Now Apply For Deferred Action

Students who are in the United States illegally may benefit from a deferred action program that allows them to put off deportation for at least two years. The program began accepting applications Wednesday, writes Latino Ed Beat:

Young undocumented immigrants today may begin applying for “deferred action” status that would protect them from deportation for two years and allow them to work. The new protected status is the result of a policy change announced by President Obama in June. … Continue reading →

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