U.S. Deferred Action Program: Time Up for Students Under 2-Year Program

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Thousands of students came to the U.S. with their parents. They have no legal documents that allow them to live in the country. But they have been allowed to study and work for two years under a government program called “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.” Now the time is up for the first wave of beneficiaries. CCTV’s Nitza Soledad Perez reports on the uncertainty ahead for these students.

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Time up for Students under U.S. Deferred Action Program

Time up for Students under U.S. Deferred Action Program

Thousands of students came to the U.S. with their parents. They have no legal documents that allow them to live in the country. But they have been allowed to study and work for two years under a government program called "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals." Now the time is up for the first wave of beneficiaries. CCTV's Nitza Soledad Perez reports on the uncertainty ahead for these students.