With no congressional action on immigration reform, many are looking to the president to take executive action. The president's authority to defer deportation goes back to the immigration proceedings over John Lennon in the 1970s.
Lennon was living in New York back then, had been convicted for possession of cannabis resin and the Nixon administration was all too eager to get him out of the United States.
Fortunately for him, Lennon teamed up with an immigration lawyer who really knew his stuff.
Take Two speaks to Lennon's lawyer, Leon Wildes.