We are living in very critical moments because we have an uncertain future. We are asking all good people of conscious to not let injustices to happen. To Stand with us, to stand with young people to ensure that we have a permanent solution
(DACA Recipient - MCC Student)
As a current DACA MCC Student, I cherish the opportunities DACA has given me, but I want a continue my education, continue working, continue giving back to my community and neighborhood without feeling uncertain about my future.
As an Arizona resident and a patriotic member of this country I recognize that our DACA beneficiaries are an integral part of our community and should be recognized as such. Passing the DREAM Act will ensure that our Dreamers can continue to contribute to our society without having to fear for their future.
(DACA Student at MCC/ Member of MUST)
I believe that everyone should have a chance of the American Dream. With DACA it made it possible to pursue an education, a job and things as kids, we only dreamed of. We can finally fulfill what our parents dreamed for us, and what is now, our dream as well.
Itzel Rios Soto
I’m the product of my parents sacrifice. I came this far thanks to DACA, and I am determined to obtain my education. Our communities and allies will come together to show what power is.
(Father, DACA recipient)
Dream big and you can accomplish" my parents said once, and with DACA I accomplished a lot. Now as a parent of 3 children, I will not give up and let our dreams be taken away. I will stand for dreamers alike to secure a better future for my children. Family separation is not an option!
This country is everything to me and DACA has given me the opportunity to help those in need and show the potential that I have to make this country even better. As an older DACA recipient and having my DACA expiring in August I fear that I will no longer be able to contribute to the country that I love and call home. We need to work together to find a solution!
(DACA student, Youth Leader)
In school I learned how our founding fathers left room for our laws and policies to be changed if they were unjust. As a DACA recipient, I am here to fight for this right
DACA, High School Student
DACA was important because it allowed me the opportunity to finally come out of the darkness. With DACA, I was able to work and drive and I felt less like an outcast. Something needs to pass so that immigrants have the opportunity to flourish and reach their full potential
Saul Rascon Jr.
DACA Recipient, High School Student
DACA has been the reason of my comfortability and symbol of hope for my future. Having this element removed from me & thousands of others because of the political ideology of another group seems, to me, like a radical & unfair act in which we must all unite for in order to maintain our morality & essential human and American values.