Several Congressmen and President Barack Obama have invited undocumented immigrants to the State of the Union in Washington D.C., as a reminder to President Obama and Congress that immigration reform isn’t going away.
Alan Aleman, 20, is one of President Obama’s and First Lady’s special guests, according to the Las Vegas Sun. He is one of the first undocumented immigrants in Nevada to receive a work permit under deferred action. He was brought by his parents from Mexico at age 11 and is studying biological science at the College of Southern Nevada. He has become well known about a month ago, when President Obama mentioned him by name in a speech to push for immigration reform.
“I have my driver’s license now. I have my Social Security number now. I can apply for scholarships. So, I have more opportunities, and that’s the thing I was waiting on for a…
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