The Importance Of Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals

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Lately, society had been going through many controversial issues and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is one of the most recent issues that has made a pause in many people’s life. This issue is affecting more than being beneficial to our society, it is threatening many futures that are in our society, including my future because I’m a DACA recipient. I was brought to America in 1997 when I was six years old and have not seen my citizen country since then. Thousands of people are not asking for something impossible, we are just asking for an opportunity to demonstrate that we can contribute to this country. DACA should be restored because the DACA recipients aren’t breaking any laws and are actively contributing to America. There needs to be a change discontinuing DACA because the whole society is being affected. Not to mention that know we are uncertain of what is going to happen with us. The government has all our most current personal information and they can use it against us. Parija Kavilanz in her essay says, “DACA students are worried. The clock is ticking” claims that there’s a lot of people that are going to be affected, “Negotiations had begun over how to protect nearly 800,000 immigrants who have sought a safeguard against deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.” Kavilanz is expressing that their people that are looking for ways on how to protect DACA recipients from being deported. DACA gave us many benefits that are

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