Current recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) are reminded that they have until Oct. 5 to renew their DACA and employment authorization documents before the program is phased out. Meanwhile, President Trump met with Democratic leaders to discuss a legislative deal that could save the program.
BAL Analysis: Current DACA recipients whose benefits expire by March 5 should take steps to renew their DACA grants and employment authorization documents as soon as possible. Employers should be aware of the issues related to DACA employees and key considerations related to termination of the program. For analysis, read BAL’s FAQ “The End of DACA: What Every U.S. Employer Should Know.”
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