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Siblings Raised in U.S. Threatened with Deportation

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Siblings Raised in U.S. Threatened with Deportation

Siblings Raised in U.S. Threatened with Deportation

Siblings Raised in U.S. Threatened with Deportation

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Imagine living in America for nearly all your life, only to find out years later that you are "undocumented" and being deported. NPR's Alex Chadwick speaks with Dominique and Dale Cuevas of Fremont, Calif., who have lived in America all their lives but recently found out that as the children of undocumented immigrants, they now face deportation to the Philippines.