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A step for justice: an undocumented immigrant now has a US law license | Shamaine Daniels and Michael Ramos-Lynch

PUBLISHED January 3, 2014

On Thursday, the California supreme court ruled that Sergio C Garcia, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico, could receive an official license to practice law in the state. Garcia came to the US at age 17 and has been waiting for an informal immigration visa for nearly 20 years. Immigration law expert Shamaine Daniels and Stanford University law student Michael Ramos-Lynch explain what it means for America's immigration laws and debate.

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