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Dreams have come true for Daishi Miguel Tanaka, a junior at Harvard University.
Now a graduate of UC Berkeley, Montelongo teaches math in Natomas to middle school students.
Many Canadian dreamers came to the United States legally, then lost their status.
Laura Salas has been able to attend college because of DACA. If it goes away, so would her legal protections.
"As a young professional, it makes it hard to plan for the future."
The Trump administration announced that they would end DACA and these immigrants fear exile from the only country they’ve ever called home.
A Columbus engineer will face an uncertain future after the Trump Administration decided to rescind DACA.
Both Dreamers are in their 20s and migrated with their parents from Mexico as toddlers in mid-1990s.
In a short essay, Ana Rocha explains how the DACA program changed her life and allowed her to pursue her dreams
The Double Limbo of Dreamer-Soldiers: The Army wanted Pfc. Cho. Now it’s not so sure.
They’re just like the rest of us. The only difference is, they live in constant fear that all of this could be taken away in an instant.
"What am I now? An illegal immigrant who should be arrested and kicked out? Or a real person?"
"There is no path for us. My family has been trying for 19 years and we haven't been able to and believe me, we would have."
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