New Study Shows DACA has Benefited Young Immigrants’ Lives and the Country, but the Supreme Court Could Change That

Maria Perez
Nov 9, 2019 - 1:00
New Study Shows DACA has Benefited Young Immigrants’ Lives and the Country, but the Supreme Court Could Change That

A new report conducted by the Immigration Initiative at Harvard University found that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has not only helped young immigrants and their families but the U.S economy, as well.   What You Should Know The study, entitled “The Long-Term Impact of DACA: Forging Futures Despite DACA’s Uncertainty,” followed 408 recipients of the DACA program since it started in 2012. The program is an administrative relief from deportation, and protects young immigrants who came to the U.S. when they were just children. It also provides them with work permits and licenses.  The latest report...

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