Some temporary relief could be possible for some immigrants, including those right here in Laredo. Under the governments new policy of “deferred action for childhood arrival,” immigrants could be eligable for two years of deportation releif if they meet the following requirements: if they are under the age of 31 as of June, 2012, if they came to the US before reaaching their 16th birthday, if they have been present here until June, 2012, aside from that they must have entered the country before that without inspection. Also, they must have graduated from college, or be currently enrolled in school, and they cannot have been convicted of a felony, or a significant misdemeaner. Saturday, a group advocating for the new policy explained the process to those interested in whats being called DACA. The Texas Civil Rights Project partnered with the Webb County Bar Association in hopes of getting some immigrants enrolled.