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Immigrants can start applying to deferred action program today

In the past couple of months, we have talked about President Obama's executive order that opens the door for certain illegal immigrants to obtain a work permit and be free from deportation for a period of two years. Today's date is important because interested immigrants in Maryland, Virginia and around the country may now begin to submit their applications for the deferred action program.

Executive order to help one young immigrant realize dream

Last month, we mentioned President Obama's executive order that allows young immigrants to remain and work in the country for two years--and perhaps longer--if they meet certain requirements. That order is already having an effect on the life of one young man in Maryland.

Some illegal immigrants can stay, work under executive order

A number of illegal immigrants in Maryland and Washington, D.C. know only this country. Although born elsewhere, they came here with their parents at a young age looking for a better life. They have grown up in U.S. schools and adopted U.S. customs, but still retain illegal status and are therefore at risk for deportation. But that risk has been temporarily reduced under the terms of an order recently issued by President Obama, to the potential benefit of many immigrants.

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