Gladys Castro

Soon-to-be freshman, UC Berkeley

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Eighteen-year-old student starting at the University of California-Berkeley in Spring, 2011, she graduated from Kaiser High School in Fontana and came to the US illegally with her parents at age 8

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The  Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act  would provide a path to citizenship for children who were brought to this country illegally before they were 16 and then…

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The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act would provide a path to citizenship for children who were brought to this country illegally before they were 16 and then…

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