Kamal Essaheb

National Immigration Law Center

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Immigration policy attorney for the National Immigration Law Center, he is also a DACA recipient  (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)

Kamal Essaheb on KCRW

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Government shutdown ends for now, but what's next for DACA?

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