The Lacey And Larkin Frontera Fund is offering Support to the DACA Project

Posted by Cameron on October 18, 2017 in DACA |

DACA, also known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is one of the most popular programs in the United States. The institution was founded years ago, and it focuses on giving the undocumented youth with a driving license, a social security number and temporary relief from deportation. The program ensures that the young people are allowed to study and work in the United States for at least two years. The permit from the program is renewable after every three years.


DACA was introduced into the country with the primary mission of protecting the young immigrants who were coming to the United States in search of better lives. Most of the beneficiaries of the program are children who fear deportation. However, all the candidates of the program must meet some requirements before they can be given the assistance they need. First of all, the youth must have arrived in the United States when they were not more than sixteen years. Secondly, these people must have been in the United States physically by June 2012. The beneficiaries should not be convicted by a felony too. The program needs someone to show their birth certificates, the school identity card, national identification, and passport.


The DACA program, however, has been under a lot of pressure in the recent times. According to a report published by one of the respected magazines, some radical members of the GOP have chosen to start a campaign against the program. Ken Paxton, currently working as the Texans Attorney General recently wrote a letter to the Donald Triumph office asking for the program to be abolished. According to the letter, the program should not be renewed.


Human Rights organizations in the country are, however, against this harsh idea. Most of these institutions have launched a campaign to stop the abolishment of the program. For instance, the Larkin and Lacey Frontera Fund has shown its support for the program. According to the management of the institution, the families of the beneficiaries will be negatively affected by the move. The society will also suffer great losses if the immigrants are forced to leave their education and return to their home countries. Several other human rights groups have expressed their anger too concerning this decision, saying that it is not going to suit the young people who want to make ends meet and also live a good life. The Frontera Fund is also offering the support needed by the program.


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