Brenda Robles, 20, left, and Alexandra De La Cruz, 21, middle, wait with hundreds of young immigrants in Los Angeles, California, as the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights launches the application period for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Brenda Robles, 20, left, and Alexandra De La Cruz, 21, middle, wait with hundreds of young immigrants in Los Angeles, California, as the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights launches the application period for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Los Angeles Times/MCT
Brenda Robles, 20, left, and Alexandra De La Cruz, 21, middle, wait with hundreds of young immigrants in Los Angeles, California, as the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights launches the application period for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Los Angeles Times/MCT

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