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Continued: Young undocumented dreamers find doors opening in Minnesota

  • Article by: ALLIE SHAH , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 31, 2013 - 9:46 PM

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  • Irma Marquez Trapero, 22, practiced her driving last week on the way to her job as a legal assistant at a Minneapolis law firm.

  • With a work permit and quasi-legal status, Irma Marquez Trapero worked last week as a legal assistant at the law firm Nichols Kaster in Minneapolis. She’s temporarily free of the fear of being deported.

  • Thalia Estrada, who recently got a work permit, was thrilled to find a business that was taking applications on Grand Avenue in St. Paul.

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