The need for a permanent resolution for the Dreamers is urgent. Each day since the repeal of DACA, 122 Dreamers are already losing protection and that number increase to 1,000 a day after March 5. 700,000 DACA recipients are at risk if Congress doesn’t act. It is essential that Congress prioritize finding a solution for Dreamers in early 2018. For more information and resources for your advocacy, click this link.
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Maria Del Socorro Leon Pena was raised in Phoenix, AZ. She only knows America as her home. Because of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) she is able to work, go to school and give back to the community that accepted her with open arms. Young people like Maria are American in in every way but paperwork. We need to protect them and the American promise they represent.
Jose, a college student and Dreamer in Charlotte, NC, is an active part of his church and community and only knows America as home. Call your member of Congress and ask them to pass legislation now to protect Dreamers like Jose that would allow them to continue to live and work in our communities.
Diana Lopez was raised in Greenville, SC. She only knows America as her home. Because of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) Diana dreamed of becoming a doctor in order to give back to her community in Upstate South Carolina. Without a permanent solution for DACA, Diana’s dreams are at risk. We must protect young people like Diana and the American promise they represent.
Kamau Chege was raised in Spokane, WA. He only knows America as his home. Because of DACA he is able to work, attend college and contribute to our economy. Young people like Kamau are American in in every way but paperwork. We need to protect them and the American promise they represent.
Maria Gonzalez was raised in Marshalltown, IA. Because of DACA she is able work as a Bilingual Teacher's Assistant, helping her community thrive. We must find a permanent legislative solution that allows Dreamers like Maria to continue contributing to our communities and our nation.
Christian was raised in Austin, Texas and only knows America as his home. Because of DACA he was able to attend college and become a teacher. Even though his dream of becoming a police officer wasn't possible, he volunteers with the Austin Police Department working as a community liaison. We must find a permanent legislative solution that allows Dreamers like Christian to continue contributing to our communities and our nation.
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