Information, resources for the DREAM Act and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

USCCB Statement On The Announcement of Deferred Action for DREAM Act-eligible youth (June 2012)
Additional resources:
- USCCB/MRS' Q&A on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) | En Español
- DACA Community Education Information for Clergy and Parish Staff | En Español
- Talking Points on Deferred Action for DREAM-eligible Youth | En Español
- USCCB/MRS' Summary of the Announcement of Deferred Action for DREAM Eligible Youth
- Q&A on the DHS Announcement of Deferred Action for Certain Undocumented Youth | En Español


Other resources for the DREAM Act

 

Light a Candle for the DREAM Act

The U.S. Catholic bishops have been longstanding supporters of the DREAM Act because it provides a path to citizenship for immigrant youth who entered the United States with their parents, and represents the kind of practical and compassionate immigration solution that respects the dignity of young immigrants living in our communities and attending U.S. high schools.  Support immigrant youth by sending an electronic postcard and lighting a candle for the DREAM Act.

See all of the candles that have been lit for the DREAM Act.

 

Older resources for the DREAM Act