(CBS) – A  deadlocked U.S. Supreme Court ended President Obama’s attempts to take executive action on immigration law reform.

That leaves more than 4 million undocumented immigrants open to possible deportation.

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“Today’s Supreme Court decision is extremely disappointing,” says 22-year-old Daehee Cho, a Korean immigrant whose future is now uncertain. “I came to the us when i was 14 years old,  looking for a better opportunity.”

His opportunities are limited without a legal status in the U.S.

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He joined others in front of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in the South Loop to show that reforms known as DAPA and DACA would have provided better opportunities.


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