FILE - In this April 10, 2013, file photo. a protester for immigration reform holds a sign in during a rally at the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta. Absent a magic potion or explosive economic ... more 
FILE - In this April 10, 2013, file photo. a protester for immigration reform holds a sign in during a rally at the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta. Absent a magic potion or explosive economic growth, it was all but inevitable President Barack Obama would have to break some of his campaign promises to keep others, distinguished both by their ambition and incompatibility. There's nearly unanimous, bipartisan agreement that the nation's immigration laws need fixing more than a quarter-century after the last major overhaul. Some 11 million immigrants live illegally in the U.S., most with no prospect of ever legalizing their status under current law _ unless they return to their home countries for 10 years first. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File) less 
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