Earlier this week, the Trump Administration and the Department of Homeland Security announced the end of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and initiated the orderly phase out of the program.
With over 223,000 DACA recipients in California alone, many fear what the next steps are, especially concerning their status, jobs and work permits.
KSEE 24 reporter Gregory Woods reached out to your BBB to shed some light as to what these DACA recipients should do next, and how to avoid falling victim to a DACA related scam.
To view his full story click here.
The Collegian recently issued a release with BBB tips relating to DACA. To read their full story click here.