On June 18, the Supreme Court issued a ruling to uphold Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a program that has provided temporary protection from deportation to more than 700,000 people who came to the U.S. as children.
This was a huge victory. Unfortunately, the Trump administration has since undermined the Supreme Court’s decision and is continuing to dismantle the program—refusing to accept new applications, reducing renewals from two years to one year, restricting access to DACA recipients’ ability to travel outside of the U.S. In addition, the administration has continued its attacks on Temporary Protected Status (TPS), which provides deportation relief to 300,000 people from certain countries afflicted by natural disasters, war, or other dangerous conditions.
Congress must act to protect DACA and TPS recipients—and create a permanent solution to keep families and communities together.
Tell the Senate: Pass legislation like the Dream Act of 2019 and the Secure Act of 2019 to protect DACA and TPS recipients and create a roadmap to citizenship for all immigrants!