U.S. President Barack Obama walks back inside the White House to retrieve his BlackBerry device, after boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, November 21, 2014. REUTERS/Larry Downing
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Nicaragua migrant on Obama plan: Now, I can flyShe has lived in the shadows for 14 years, fearing deportation. But now Bertha Sanles of Nicaragua is jubilant over President Barack Obama's executive order shielding her and up to 4 million other undocumented foreigners from expulsion and letting her apply for a three year work permit.She watched the president's speech on a large screen TV in the parking lot of an immigration advocacy group headquarters, along with her family and dozens of other undocumented immigrants and activists.Despite her happiness, Sanles said she is sad for those who have been left out.Sanles is eligible because her daughter Leah is a U.S. citizen.
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