From NPR: Immigrants Worry They’ll Face Deportation After Deferred Action Delay

Two days ago, immigration lawyer Matthew Kolken shared the news on MSNBC that DAPA- and DACA-eligible individuals were being deported or facing a serious risk of being deported, even though President Obama said the following last week in Miami about these individuals: “If you’ve been here for a long time and if you qualify, generally, then during this period, even with legal uncertainty, they should be in a good place.”

This morning, NPR did a segment about Wilfredis Ayala, a DAPA-eligible father who is in deportation proceedings right now. Listen.

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