'Dreamer' Law Students in Turmoil Over DACA Uncertainty

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Heartbroken. Disappointed. Stunned. Law students who took a shot at becoming lawyers with the help of an Obama-era immigration program say that’s how they feel after the news that President Donald Trump could rescind the program.

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  • Jose Perez, Deputy General Counsel LatinoJustice PRLDEF

    The comments below are short-sighted and miss the bigger picture. It‘s not so simple that one can simply become a citizen given our broken outdated immigration system so badly in need of meaningful comprehensive reform which has been held hostage by partisan interests.

  • retired risk manager

    Irony defined. An illegal who wants to make other parties obey the law. Second to last paragraph says it all. If one student could take the effort to earn citizenship, they all should have made the effort.

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