The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program gave unauthorized immigrants who were brought to the United States before age 16 temporary work authorization and relief from deportation. It indirectly made them eligible for certain benefits they couldn’t get before, though not as many as citizens and permanent residents get.
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