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Dreamers Begin Deferred Action Filings

Mayra Rivera, center, with her children, Aixa Martinez, 18, left, and Aryam Rivera, right, from Philadelphia, wait inside the Embassy of Honduras Consulate Section in Washington, Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012. (AP)

President Obama announces his Deferred Action program after Congress fails to pass the Dream Act allowing thousands of current illegal immigrants to gain citizenship status.

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(AURN) -- Thousands of young illegal immigrants will begin filing for temporary work permits today as a part of President Obama's deferred action program.

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