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Ending DACA is forcing young immigrant workers out of the regulated labor market and into the shadow labor market, where they are easily exploitable by employers by virtue of losing their ability to work lawfully.
While a federal district court in California temporarily enjoined the Trump administration on January 10,from continuing the phase-out of DACA, and ordered that it continue accepting applications for renewals, the impact of the decision is unclear. The government will quickly appeal the decision, the timeline for processing renewals is unclear, and no new applications from potential DACA beneficiaries will be permitted.
That hurts not just them, but it also diminishes the earnings and bargaining power of the U. DACA was implemented by the Obama administration after Congress failed to pass the Dream Act, a bill that would have shielded young immigrants brought here illegally by their parents from deportation and offered them a path to permanent residence and citizenship.
On average, DACA recipients saw their wages increase significantly after DACA was implemented; those who were 25 and older increased their average hourly wages by 84 percent.
The vast majority— nearly—of those original DACA recipients are still enrolled in DACA and are employed via two-year work permits that recipients have been able to apply for and renew.
Prior to the January 10 injunction, it had been estimated that approximately DACA recipients were losing their work authorization and protection from deportation every day—and that after March 5,the number losing protection would rapidly increase.
Unless the January 10 injunction remains in effect and survives the forthcoming appeals, or Congress passes legislation to give DACA recipients a new immigration status, these workers will continue to be vulnerable.
The end of DACA means nearlyyoung immigrants will become deportable as their protections expire. By losing the ability to work legally and contribute to the United States, DACA recipients will effectively be left without labor rights and employment law protections in the workplace.
When their permits expire, DACA recipients will be pushed into the informal labor market in order to survive, and as a result will earn lower wages and lose the ability to exercise their workplace rights.
This loss of rights and wages en masse for so many workers will in turn degrade labor standards for the American workers employed alongside them.To access the updated Vendor Information Pages(VIP) you must select one of the options available through AccessVA Login: Veteran Small Business Owners: DS Login: Veterans (including Veterans Small Business Owners (Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) or Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) or their business representatives who are also Veterans.
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