DACA Deadline Only a Temporary Reprieve from Fear of Deportation

“Once Deferred Action was announced”, he said, “the trajectory of my life changed completely”.


“It’s also helped pay instate tuition and support myself financially to pay for school as well”.

Two DREAMers from Tipton’s 3rd Congressional District – Marissa Molina from Glenwood Springs and Claudia Garcia from Telluride – will join Dorado for the FWD.us event in Washington.

She told Denver7 that because of her (undocumented) status, she has faced numerous challenges. “They were devastated! Three days that they missed!”

“My grandfather was an unbelievable role model”, she said.

For him, it is essential to maintain respect and recognition for the work of the diverse and intersectional undocumented community.

Medrano came to the USA from Mexico as a two-year-old.

“It’s making me feel less anxious”, Salgado said. “It’s something to this day that is hard to talk about”.

Francisco Hernandez arrived in Denver when he was 12 and calls DACA a “blessing” because it’s allowed him to work at a public library 30 hours a week and attend school full time.

The deadline applies to roughly 154,200 recipients whose benefits are set to expire prior to March 5, 2018. My littlest one is home with me, and I treasure the little things I get to do with her, like teaching her the alphabet. “I think sometimes there’s this misconception that [undocumented students] are here to take funds away from students…but the fact of the matter is that they had to get here, to earn their spot, just like every other student”, he said.

King said there are 17,000 Dreamers in Colorado and almost 800,000 across the U.S. The suit also alleges the termination of DACA violates the Fifth Amendment’s guarantee of due process by using information in immigration documents to target them in immigration enforcement actions.

Thursday marks the deadline for the so-called “Dreamers” to apply to stay in the U.S.

Immigration rallies are being held across the country Thursday, which is the deadline for tens of thousands of immigrant children to renew their protection from deportation.

Immigration lawyer Eamonn Roach explains what will happen to those who don’t meet the deadline.

“This policy, while well-intentioned, was implemented without the approval of Congress by a President who exceeded his authority under the Constitution”, said the statement.

“A lot of people have told me that [creating a physical space] could be an issue because it’s a matter of privacy, because it just makes it easier to identify us undocumented people”, Lara Alvarado said. “Who is going to be helping survivors if she has to leave?”

“The next step now that DACA has been rescinded is to push for the Clean Dream Act”, Molinar said. “Our first and highest priority in advancing immigration reform must be to improve jobs, wages and security for American workers and their families”.


Democrats and some Republicans will take issue with that.

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