Our movement has been fierce and relentless in our mission to keep our families together. We won an historic victory last November—and soon, the first of the eligible 5 million immigrant workers will come forward, register, and apply for work permits that allow them temporarily to live, work, and stay in America with their families. Yet, our jobs continue as we raise the voices of the Latino, Asian, and immigrant communities and lay the groundwork for true immigration reform and a solution for 11 million undocumented immigrants in this country.
Since the President’s announcement, there has been a lot of confusion related to access to health and economic supports. For an overview of eligibility for DACA/DAPA for federal health and benefits programs, click here.
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Executive Action Resources
Learn more about the executive action on the U.S. government’s website.
The first national membership association for immigrants, MIA will help you prepare for administrative relief and get legal help to see if you qualify.
Help potential applicants prepare now by providing them information about, and assisting them with, collecting information that may be helpful in determining their eligibility when details of the program are explained.
Do an online interview to learn if you are eligible to apply for or renew Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and to complete the application forms.
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