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Judge restores DACA status for L.A. immigrant busted while giving teen a ride to border area

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A federal court in Los Angeles has ordered the United States government to restore the protected status of an immigrant in the country illegally who was arrested near the Mexican border earlier this year while giving a ride to a teenager who was later deported.

Jesus Arreola Robles, a beneficiary...


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