Withdrawal of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

The attack of DACA program has been attacked by several Front networks as well as organizations. The news has been spreading among the young immigrant’s organizations as well as networks. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a member organization which gives the young immigrants who are undocumented and meets assured requirements an opportunity to work in the United States, prevent them from being deported, and provide a social security number. The opportunity given to them is renewable after every two years. The young migrants are allowed by some states to get a driver’s license and admission to state tuition fees.

Ken Paxton is the Attorney General of Texas City, and recently he wrote an official letter to Trump who is the current President of the United States of America to withdraw the DACA Program with immediate effect. The Attorney General had given a deadline of up to 5the September for the Trump administration to act and if the demands will not have been met legal action will be taken. According to Mr. Ken, the action will not see the scrapping of the program but it will not receive any new applications nor their renewal for the existing members. The letter was not only signed by Texas Attorney General but also nine other attorney generals as well as a governor of Red State. The DACA Program is not only a great benefit to the United States economy but also to more than 800000 individuals who have gotten the opportunity to work, study or even do both in the country. The immigrants contribute millions of dollars to the educational institutions in the United States of America. Although the DACA Program is unwanted by some State leaders, other organizations including Frontera Fund are opposing its end and are fighting for its preservation.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was founded on June 15, 2012, by the former United States of America President Barack Obama. The primary purpose of the organization was to protect the young immigrants who traveled to the United States while s till young. The program defends the immigrant from deportation; as it gives them an opportunity to work and study in the country. To be a member of the DACA Program one must have the following requirements.

  • Must be 31 and under as from the date of its establishment.
  • You migrated to the United States before the age of 16
  • One has been living in the United States from June 2007
  • You traveled to the United States without documents before June 2012

• You have not been convicted