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"During these consultations, many have learned that they are eligible for other, more permanent, forms of immigration relief, like special visas for crime victims. More than a dozen immigration lawyers around the country — from private practice, advocacy organizations and university law clinics — said that as many as a quarter of the young immigrants who have consulted with them about deferred action since last summer appeared to be eligible for visas or other relief." - New York Times, Mar. 22, 2013.