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How difficult was it for Obama to enact deferred action?

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A new report says Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano originally blocked the deferred action program.

By JORDAN FABIAN

The White House encountered internal resistance to enacting a program that would allow hundreds of thousands of undocumented youth to avoid deportation, according to a new e-book

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Meet Jose Antonio Vargas and other immigrants who appeared on the cover of ‘Time’ (video)

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Big deal: Undocumented Americans grace the cover of Time magazine.

By TIFANI ROBERTS for AQUI Y AHORA

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services began accepting applications for deferred action and employment authorization from Dreamers this past week.

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DREAMers protest inside Brewer’s office after driver’s license ruling

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Activists got inside Jan Brewer’s office.

By JORDAN FABIAN

Arizona DREAMers flooded into Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s office after she ruled that undocumented youth granted deferred action could not apply for driver’s licenses.

Inside Brewer’s office dropping off studies that show the majority of Arizona’s support the DREAMers,” Dulce Matuz, chair of the Arizona DREAM Act coalition, wrote on Facebook.

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Today is the first day that eligible DREAMers around the country can fill out paperwork that would permit them to work and drive without fear of deportation. For DREAMers, this is life-changing. See what some of them have to say about what this day means to them:

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Undocubus activists visit National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis

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Angel Alvarez snaps a picture of a quote reading: “This Could Turn Into Something Big” He feels the UndocuBus could get big too.

By ALBERT SABATÉ

Immigration activists touring across the country with a message of hope and empowerment made a pause on Wednesday to remember the history of struggle for civil rights.

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