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Interview with a Dreamer: Irving Calderon

By Bloomberg
09 July 2018   |   12:09 pm
Irving Calderon, an information-technology analyst at General Motors Co. and a participant in the Deferred Action for Childhood arrivals program, talks about what it means to him.

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