It could be a problem. There is no way to precisely predict what will happen.
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What if obama doesn't win , whats' goin to happen with the deferred action act?
It would almost certainly be terminated.
if the new president decides to terminate the deffered action act (can he)?
what's goin to happen to all those people who applied, are they in danger of getting deported without even getting the 2 yrs of permit?
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It can be terminated by any President. But it's not likely to be. Especially if Dreamers such as yourself apply in mass numbers.
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