Duke Law Office of Public Interest and Pro Bono has partnered with attorneys at Justice Matters to provide free Deferred Action Legal Clinics. President Obama recently issued an executive order that will allow undocumented youth to work legally in the country and defer their removal for at least two years. The application is complicated and expensive and beneficiaries need our legal help. Food will be provided. Spanish-speaking students are especially encouraged to join. For more information, contact Sneha Shah at email@example.com.
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