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Times Ledger: Undocumented youth apply for deferred deportation in LIC

Queens civic groups accompanied their young members to the U.S. immigration office in Long Island City Wednesday for the start of President Barack Obama’s deferred action policy.

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New York Post: Relief for NY's Aliens who can live and work here without fear of deportation

It wasn’t the Dream Act, but it was still a dream come true. Young illegal-immigrant New Yorkers lined up by the thousands yesterday to learn about the new federal program that could let them live and work in the United States legally without fear of deportation.


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El Diario: Soñadores en NY inician camino a la 'legalidad'

NUEVA YORK - Miles de jóvenes hicieron largas filas para someter su solicitud de Acción Diferida. En el marco del primer día oficial que el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional empezó a recibir los formularios para el programa de Acción Diferida, al júbilo de los jóvenes se sumó ayer la advertencia de las autoridades para prevenir estafas.

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New York Times: Day 1 of New Dream for Illegal Immigrants

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NY1: Queens Phone Bank Launched As Work Permit Program Begins

NY1 VIDEO: Volunteers filled the Jackson Heights headquarters of Make the Road New York Tuesday to participate in a phone bank to remind unauthorized young immigrants that they can now apply for temporary deportation relief as part of the deferred action immigration plan President Obama introduced earlier this summer.

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CNN: 'DREAM Act kid' seeks better future

Zoraida Sambolin profiles a 17-year-old illegal immigrant who hopes an executive order will lead to a better life.


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