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Undocumented migrants in US hope for reforms

Millions of undocumented migrants in the US are waiting to see if legislative reforms will get citizenship.

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Millions of undocumented migrants in the US are waiting to see if legislative reforms will lead them on the path to citizenship.

Many of those who came to the US as children have never been able to return to their native countries and remain in limbo.

Al Jazeera's Rachel Levin tells the story of one such migrant from Nogales.

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