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In this Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2012 file photo, Itzel Guillen, left, sorts out some of the documents she needs to apply for a work permit along with Lucero Maganda, right, at her home in San Diego, Calif.(AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File)

MIAMI (AP) — The first year of the Obama administration’s temporary reprieve for youth living in the country illegally has shown that any broader immigration reform effort would require the government to better prepare by streamlining application procedures and by providing more information about what documents are needed to apply to stay in America, experts say.

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