Despite immigration reforms, many young immigrants still in limbo

Despite immigration reforms, many young immigrants still in limbo

"It wasn't until his senior year of high school in North Carolina that Monji Dolon found out about his murky immigration status.  His family had emigrated from Bangladesh in 1991 when Dolon was 5 years old and since then Dolon, his mother and his brother have lived without legal residency in the United States.  Uncertain of what to check under "residency" on his college applications, Dolon learned at the age of 18 that he was in an ongoing battle to stay in the country he had grown up in.  "I remember having a huge sense of panic at the time," say Dolon, now 25." - Yasmin Amer, CNN, Dec. 24, 2011.

Monji Dolon's immigration status makes it impossible to accept full-time work in the technology field.