The issue of illegal immigrants has affected not only the old generation but also the young people. Therefore to protect the innocent children from the detrimental effects of being deported there is a fund known as Frontera. Under the DACA program, there is a fund which is referred to as Frontera Fund helps the youth from imminent deportation. DACA is an abbreviation for Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals provides the young people who are undocumented and meet certain standards reprieve from being deported an opportunity to work and social number which is renewable after two years. In most federal states the students are allowed to acquire driver’s license as well as access state-tuition fees among other benefits.
For an individual to be considered for the program, he or she must have to meet specific requirements as follows: For instance one of the conditions is that one must be under the age of 31 years old as from June 2012.The other requirement is the individual must have been in the United States before his or her 16th birthday. Besides the other condition is that one must have lived in the United States continuously from the year 2007 until the present. The applicant must be present physically in the United States from June 15 up to the time of application. To apply an individual must have been in the United States without documents before June or his or her lawful stay in the country expired on June 15 June 2012.The other requirement is that the applicant is currently studying or has recently graduated from the high school or been honorably discharged from military or coast guard or earned high school certificate of completion of GED or high school. Lastly, the applicant must not have been convicted of any felony or any other harmful engagement with authority.
Despite the Frontera Fund and DACA engaging itself in such noble activities, some parties within the government want the whole program suspended. The extremist members of the GOP have initiated vicious attacks on the program, and this negatively affects the lives of millions young immigrants networks and organization. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has addressed the President and his administration asking him to rescind the program by September and if their demands are not meet there will be legal consequences. In their letter which has names of nine attorney generals and one governor proposes for phasing off rather than abrupt termination and this means there will be no new renewals.
The program protects more than 800000 individuals and the court cases posses a real challenge since the gain made can be eroded.
For instance, the DACA program is in its fifth year of implementation, and the benefits are tangible for all. Notably, more than 95% of the beneficiaries of DACA work, study or engage on both of them within the United States. As a result, they contribute significantly regarding college and university fees. In case they become employed they pay taxes to the government which is higher compared to the residents. Lastly, the DACA beneficiaries invest back to the economy through buying homes and investing.