Indira Marquez Robles has DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, and her temporary status was set to expire in March, 2018. A recent court injunction will allow her to extend her status to 2020 — that's the year she'll be a sophomore in college — but the program could end or be extended by the Trump administration, courts or Congress in the meantime.
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