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'Dreamers' who left US miss immigration reform
In this May 18, 2013 photo, Adriana Gil Diaz, 22, sits inside the kitchen of the San Juan Bosco Migrant Shelter where she volunteers in Nogales, northern Mexico. Gil Diaz was taken by her mother to the United States without authorization when she was a baby, and grew up and went to school in Phoenix, Arizona. At age 20, she decided to return to her native Mexico where she could afford to attend college. But nearly two years later, unforeseen bureaucratic hurdles have blocked her from enrolling, and she’s run out of money. She also missed her chance at qualifying for legal status in the United States. (AP Photo/Nick Oza)

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