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    DACA, established in 2012, is available to any undocumented immigrant who came to the US below the age of 16, who had lived in the US since at least June of 2007, was involved in high school or graduated and had not been convicted of certain offenses.
    An individual also had to pose no national security or public safety dangers. Recipients who met the criteria became eligible for renewable, two-year grants of "deferred action" from removal. They were also eligible for work authorization and Social Security numbers. In return, however, they had to support the government with certain identifying information and data.
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