Obama's immigration plan has mixed response from undocumented immigrants
Take Two speaks with with two immigrants who have a lot at stake in Obama's immigration reform.
We've heard the numbers: up to 5 million. That's how many people could gain temporary legal status under new policies from President Obama.
Take Two speaks with with two immigrants who have a lot at stake in this.
Betty Jaspeado is a mother of four who has lived in Los Angeles for more than two decades.
Seth Ronquillo is a recent graduate of UCLA. He's qualified for temporary relief under deferred action. But his family could still face deportation, and so could he, when his status changes next year.
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