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Immigrant Parents On Verge Of Deportation Speak Out

The mother and father of the Cordero family live in fear every day that they might get deported. 

President Obama made an executive order for immigration reform in November of 2014 that would let parents of United States citizens not live in fear of being deported any more.

The order states that as long as they have been in the United States for more than five years, clear a background check and pay taxes, then they are able to temporarily stay in the United States. 

This executive order was challenged by more than 20 states across the country and is now being heard in the US Court of Appeals.  

ATVN's Vanessa Gomez spoke with a family in Los Angeles who talk about how deportation could affect them as a family. 

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