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Undocumented students at CSUS worry about Trump ending Obama protections

Immigration attorney Marcus Tang told students and faculty at Sacramento State on Monday that repealing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program will not be one of President Trump's top priorities, after talk over the weekend that the new president would end the program Monday. Undocumented students remain wary and nervous.

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Undocumented students at CSUS worry about Trump ending Obama protections

Immigration attorney Marcus Tang told students and faculty at Sacramento State on Monday that repealing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program will not be one of President Trump's top priorities, after talk over the weekend that the new president would end the program Monday. Undocumented students remain wary and nervous.
Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
Undocumented students at CSUS worry about Trump ending Obama protections 1:10

Undocumented students at CSUS worry about Trump ending Obama protections

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A refugee herself, Dalya Abdullah works with students who are part of a new wave of immigrants arriving to the Sacramento region

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Sacramento schools chief talks about his tenure leading the city district - and what's next

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