Casa de Maryland is helping young immigrants apply for President Obama's deferred action policy.
The organization held a clinic in east Baltimore yesterday and hundreds showed up to pick up the paperwork they will need to get the process started.
If these residents meet the criteria they will become eligible to work legally in the US.
They have to be in school, have graduated from high school, served in the US armed forces and have no criminal record.
Similar clinics are being held all throughout the country.
The Department of Homeland Security began accepting applications on Wednesday.
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