Trump administration is not accepting new applications for DACA

The Trump administration announced they will not be accepting any new applications for DACA, which protects certain undocumented immigrant people who were brought to the United States as children from deportation. They have also shortened DACA protection from two years to one. We talked about this with ASU law professor Angela Banks and the founder and CEO of Aliento, Reyna Montoya.

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ASU law professor Angela Banks and the founder and CEO of Aliento, Reyna Montoya

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