DACA permits some undocumented people who entered the country as children to be eligible for a work permit in order to avoid being deported back to the country they came from.
Information on how to check the background of someone offering to help you with immigration status can be found here.
On immigration, Trump is navigating politically tricky waters.
Acceptance gave applicants admission into the program for two years, after which they had to reapply for renewal - which could be denied barring any legal issues or the ability to pay the $465 fee. Protests against the ending of DACA have taken place across the country, and the University of California sued the Trump administration on Friday, September 8th, under the leadership of University President Janet Napolitano.
President Donald Trump meets with, from left, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and other Congressional leaders in the Oval Office of the White House, Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, in Washington.
In the five years that the program has existed, almost 800,000 recipients have been able to join the workforce and contribute to the community by opening businesses and paying taxes. Corzo said he migrated to the United States almost 18 years ago.More news: Sweet 16 as Rafael Nadal describes his 'very special year'
There were also other evangelicals in Trump's council who agreed with the president's decision. "It put people in a limbo status, and whenever we had someone who was filing an application, we talked to them about the fact that this program was created by the president and could be (changed) or (rescinded)".
The country needs a "comprehensive plan", he said.
During his June 2015 presidential campaign announcement, Trump called Mexican immigrants "rapists" and said they were bringing drugs and crime to the United States.
Kari Alldredge, vice provost for the Division of Enrollment Management, said that citizenship is a factor for making financial aid decisions for students, including undocumented students. With this action, the onus is now on Congress to provide a legislative fix within six months.
"Whatever Congress decides to do, I hope they realize that should they keep kicking down immigration, later on, . they're only hurting every single American", Pedraza said. This part of the program is particularly impressive to me, as the recipient knows one single slip-up could result in deportation.
"What we want to make sure is people aren't paying consultants for paperwork and then getting themselves in more trouble because that paperwork is maybe filled out improperly, or they're telling the government things that will get them deported", she told NBC 7.