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A copy of President Barack Obama’s 10-point immigration executive action plan has reportedly been leaked to the press, and an announcement to halt the deportations for more than four million people could come as soon as next Friday.

Obtained by Fox News, the plan for overhauling immigration would also allow the parents of children born in the United States to stay in the country, while simultaneously boosting border control. The details allegedly come from a draft proposal by an unspecified US government agency.

The Obama administration had already called on the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice to make recommendations for the immigration reform plan, and Buzzfeed previously reported those were being drafted.

A senior administration official, however, told the Huffington Post that the president had yet to decide on immigration action, and had not actually received recommendations from the Department of Homeland Security.

Other reporters online also expressed some skepticism over the plan.

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