Undocumented Koreans Turn Out for Deferred Action

More than 400 undocumented Koreans gathered at a Korean church in Los Angeles over the weekend to fill out applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, reports the Korea Times.
Organizers of the event – the Korea Times, the Korean Resource Center and the Korean American Bar Association in Los Angeles – provided applicants with the necessary paperwork, including Employment Authorization (I-765) forms, along with one-on-one consultations with Korean-speaking attorneys.
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Aug 21, 2012 / 30 notes

Undocumented Koreans Turn Out for Deferred Action

More than 400 undocumented Koreans gathered at a Korean church in Los Angeles over the weekend to fill out applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, reports the Korea Times.

Organizers of the event – the Korea Times, the Korean Resource Center and the Korean American Bar Association in Los Angeles – provided applicants with the necessary paperwork, including Employment Authorization (I-765) forms, along with one-on-one consultations with Korean-speaking attorneys.

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