President Donald Trump has so far been unsuccessful in repealing DACA, ultimately losing in the Supreme Court. But his administration (like with so much national immigration policy) has thrown up significant roadblocks, most notably stopping all new DACA applications. President-Elect Joe Biden has said he will make DACA permanent on day one in office.
In light of the potential changes in immigration rules that could come under a Biden administration, from temporary protected status (TPS) to asylum seekers to student visas, Rolling Stone has convened a series of roundtable discussions to reflect on the last four years, and look to the future. This is the first installment, with five organizers who are all DACA recipients calling in with their stories.