(Reuters) – Carlos Roa celebrated this summer when the Obama administration announced a new program to defer deportation for young undocumented immigrants.

But two months into the program, the 25-year-old activist has yet to apply.

Roa, whose parents brought him here from Venezuela when he was two, is facing many of the same worries and complications as thousands of the other young immigrants, who call themselves “Dreamers” after the failed Dream Act legislation of 2010 that sought to put them on a path to citizenship.

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