Tomas Kennedy, 24, of Miami, left, poses with his mother, Maria Bilbao, an undocumented immigrant from Argentina, during a protest outside the office of Rep. Carlos Trujillo on Tuesday in Doral. On the opening day of the Florida legislative session, protestors unveiled their agenda for increasing the minimum wage, and pro-immigrant legislation. Kennedy is a resident of the U.S. and will apply for citizenship soon.
Tomas Kennedy, 24, of Miami, left, poses with his mother, Maria Bilbao, an undocumented immigrant from Argentina, during a protest outside the office of Rep. Carlos Trujillo on Tuesday in Doral. On the opening day of the Florida legislative session, protestors unveiled their agenda for increasing the minimum wage, and pro-immigrant legislation. Kennedy is a resident of the U.S. and will apply for citizenship soon. Lynne Sladky AP
Tomas Kennedy, 24, of Miami, left, poses with his mother, Maria Bilbao, an undocumented immigrant from Argentina, during a protest outside the office of Rep. Carlos Trujillo on Tuesday in Doral. On the opening day of the Florida legislative session, protestors unveiled their agenda for increasing the minimum wage, and pro-immigrant legislation. Kennedy is a resident of the U.S. and will apply for citizenship soon. Lynne Sladky AP

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January 13, 2016 7:40 PM

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