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US Panics Over Trumps Decisions to End DACA

Christine De La Roca, Senior

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DACA has been a very controversial topic among the people of the United States for the past month.
When President Trump stated that he would be cancelling DACA, people have been terrified that they or their loved ones will be getting deported from the country.
The purpose of DACA is to protect the young people who came to the United States when they were children with their parents without documentaries from deportation.
Nearly 800,000 people in the United States became dependent on DACA and 200,000 of them live in California. DACA allows them to obtain a driver’s license, legally get jobs, and most importantly, they have the right to enroll in school.
DACA alone has helped out many immigrants and allowed them to accomplish their dreams, which they were not be able to accomplish in their home country. It has also given families many opportunities of living an economically stable life by providing jobs.
Recently, President Trump’s administration stated, “The reorganization of DACA is up to congress.” Trump’s cabinet gave Congress six months to protect these people by creating a new program.
Although the topic of DACA started getting people worried, some individuals are not aware that California’s high schools are not affected by Trump’s decision to terminate the program.
California is involved in the Dream Act which extends the eligibility for certain schools and financial aid to those who are undocumented. The removal of DACA cannot stop an undocumented student of the United States from going to school or university and they cannot get deported.
Trump states, “We’re gonna deal with DACA with heart.” He also adds on that he will revisit the topic of DACA if Congress fails to find an improved alternative to it.
Overall, the people affected by DACA are here for one thing and that is to accomplish their hopes and dreams.
It is understandable that people are concerned about DACA being cancelled, but they must remember to stay positive and that Congress will find a way to ensure that everyone has the same rights when it comes to having a dream which cannot be done if they are forced back to their homeland.

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