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Top 5 things you need to know about the latest DACA decision.

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U.S. District Court Judge Hanen has ruled against DACA again. Despite this, the DACA program continues open for renewals for now! Here’s what you need to know:

What does this ruling mean?

Despite Judge Hanen’s attempt to end DACA once again, right now DACA remains open for renewals and for advanced parole only. However, this new ruling continues to deny hundreds of thousands of DACA eligible youth the ability to access DACA for the first time.

What happens to DACA recipients and DACA eligible youth? Nothing has changed!

  • If you have DACA right now: you are still protected and will be able to continue renewing for now. 
  • If you are eligible for DACA but have never applied: DHS can still accept your application but will NOT be able to process it. 
  • Advance Parole will remain open to current DACA recipients. 

DACA is DYING and actively under attack from far right politicians.

The Fifth Circuit, who has ruled against DACA before, will now be next to decide the future of DACA and the case may eventually make its way to the Supreme Court again. But no matter what the court says, we know that DACA is right and legal.

We are in this together.

DACA does not define us, we were here before DACA and we are here to stay no matter what happens. Part of keeping our movement strong is giving yourself the care you need in critical times like these. To get UndocuHealth resources, text “UHEALTH” to 787-57. 

Congressional inaction has led us here and they must take action and provide permanent protections NOW!

We’ve seen the cruelty of Congress sitting idle for decades failing to deliver. Our families deserve to live in certainty and without fear. Biden and Congress cannot wait any longer and must act NOW to deliver citizenship and permanently protect all immigrant youth, our families and communities.

Text HOME IS HERE to 787-57 to fight with us!

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