Dear Friends,

 
Today, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a set of cases that will decide the future of the DACA program. Since the program was first announced in 2012, it has allowed hundreds of thousands of community members who grew up in the United States to receive important immigration protections. It is important to note that today's hearing has not changed the fact that community members who have or have had DACA can still renew their work permits.

 
We've put together this short video to help answer questions you might have about today's news.


 
For those of you who want to help support DACA recipients, you can make a donation to the United We Dream DACA Renewal Fund to help cover the cost of filing DACA renewal filing fees.

 
In Solidarity,



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