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Young DACA Immigrants Struggle With What’s Next


As  hope dwindles to  resolve the status of young unauthorized immigrants, the possibility looms for many  that they could face deportation.

Since 2012, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) has provided roughly 800,000 young immigrants, who arrived as children in the U.S., with temporary work permits and protection from deportation,  renewable every two years.

In September, the Trump administration rescinded the program and called on Congress to find a solution to the young immigrants’ status. 

Read the story at KQED News Fix/KPCC.