Jaime Casiano received word Tuesday from a former colleague that a federal judge suspended President Barack Obama’s actions to grant temporary relief to millions of immigrants who lack documents.
The news came as a shock. Casiano, who lives in Naples and has two children, 5 and 8, who are American citizens, thinks he would qualify for one of the president’s programs. He was hoping to get a work permit and a driver’s license to work and drive legally.
“One’s hopes vanish,” he said. “You have more doubts.”