In the recent past, the DACA program has hit the headlines in both a good and a bad way. Recently, in the President Trump’s era various radical members of the Republican Party have moved out sharply and instigated against the program in the US. The scaring tidings have reached various organizations within the US who act as an umbrella to support the immigrants, particularly the youngsters.
Since establishment, the program has been putting back a smile on many people’s faces. As the name implies, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals provides a platform for those in jeopardy to feel at home. The program enables approved and undocumented youths to live in the US just like any other individual on a temporary basis. The fortunate teens are provided with a social security number and the opportunity to work. Besides, in most states, the teens in the program get the lucky chance of owning a driver’s license as well as the in-state-tuition fees.
In the recent past, the Texas Attorney General reached out to the current government with an idea to revoke the program within the next month. However, the anticipated move is not focused on varnishing DACA’s presence in the US but instead halt any new applications and renewals. Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund are among the few notable organizations fighting hard to keep the program. On this, Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund have remained on the forefront when it comes to the provision of guidance, assistance, and information needed to assure DACA’s presence in the US as well as implement a permanent solution for the sake of the future.
Today, the program takes credits for the five years it has been in play. From an expert’s point of view, the program has brought more than enough benefits to the people in need. Today, 95 percent of the program’s beneficiaries are working, studying or even do both at the protection of the program.
On the longer run, the program has also brought more benefits to the country. On the one hand, those pursuing their education have generated millions of dollars to institutions in the country. On the contrary, those on the working sector have contributed to the state of the economy through taxation. Since certification by the Obama government in 2012, the program has assisted thousands of dreamers their lives to the fullest. Today, the program has a record of more than 800000 beneficiaries.