DACA

AcronymDefinition
DACADeferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (US DHS)
DACADefense Academy for Credibility Assessment (truth detection; Ft. Jackson, SC)
DACADumaguete Academy for Culinary Arts (Philippines)
DACADigital Age Communications Act (US legislation)
DACADrug Administration and Control Authority
DACADe Anza Cupertino Aquatics
DACADays After Contract Award
DACADassault Aéroclub Aquitaine (French flying club)
DACADebt And Credit Advisors, Inc
DACADeposit Account Control Agreement (finance)
DACADroit des Affaires Spécialité Contentieux des Affaires (French: Business Law Specializing in Litigation; course; University of Paris X Nanterre)
DACAData Acquisition and Control architecture
DACADesign Alliance to Combat AIDS
DACADepartment Advisory Committees on Appointments (University of Waterloo, Canada)
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Entonces oi del DACA, todos tenian miedo, que no, que habia que dar informacion de la familia, que era un truco, but, I did it.
The letter came after the Arizona Court of Appeals overturned a 2015 decision by a lower-court judge saying DACA recipients were considered legally present in the U.S.
Seven years ago, the DACA initiative empowered courageous young Dreamers to come out of the shadows and pursue their American Dream as students, teachers, doctors, servicemembers and entrepreneurs, strengthening our communities and enriching our nation in the process.
The letter, put forward by the Coalition for the American Dream, cites bipartisan studies estimating the economic loss associated with a possible end to DACA at $350 in lost GDP and $90 billion in lost tax revenues, not to mention the hardship it would cause for the roughly 700,000 young people currently protected by the program, who have lived in the U.S.
Before President Trump or the Republicans would consider any kind of comprehensive immigration reform or legalization for DACA recipients, he wants to build his wall along the US/Mexico border.
Washington [USA], Jan 13( ANI ): United States President Donald Trump on Sunday once again attacked the Democrats in the House for denying to include the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in their talks to end the government shutdown that has lasted more than three weeks.
DACA allowed undocumented immigrants, who were brought to the United States illegally as children and are known as "Dreamers," to stay and work in the United States.
When Trump announced DACA's repeal, he claimed the program's creation through executive order was constitutionally improper and gave Congress six months to pass legislation to extend and perhaps amend the program.
DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, was implemented in 2012.
Lawsuits by California and other states challenging the Trump administration's decision to end DACA will continue to move ahead in federal court while the injunction remains in place.
In the meantime, several judges have ruled that DACA must remain in place while various legal challenges work their way through the courts.
DACA was launched in 2012 and grants recipients a renewable, two-year work permit and a reprieve from deportation proceedings for immigrants who were brought to the United States while they were children.