ASU president responds to Trump’s DACA decision with 5-step outline

Belen Sisa, an ASU student, told New Times the DACA program allowed her to continue her education./Griselda Nevarez

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Arizona State University president Michael Crow issued a letter to the school’s community outlining five future steps upon President Donald Trump’s official decision Tuesday to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

The program, also known as DACA, granted a two-year protection from deportation and a temporary work permit to undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children. Nearly 800,000 people have been affected.

Along with updating resources for DACA-affected students at ASU, Crow listed the following five actions that will help him continue to support students, regardless of their immigrant status.

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