Arkansas House Bill 1552 & 1664 Support of DACA
The 92nd General Assembly of the Arkansas State Legislature has passed two bills that gives deferred action for childhood arrivals, or DACA, recipients the chance for in-state tuition. Governor Asa Hutchinson signed House Bill 1552 grants nursing licenses to DACA students and House Bill 1684 grants in-state college tuition to those with DACA and other immigrant visas.
The bills will allow people with “nontraditional immigration status,” like work permits, DACA, or those immigrating from the Marshall Islands, a chance to receive in-state tuition in an attempt to make higher education more affordable.
At the Law Office of Danna Young, we believe that one bad apple does not spoil the entire bunch. We also believe that immigrants not only enrich our economy and society, but also deserve fair treatment under the law. We care about you. We want to help you find a better life, free of persecution and pain. We pride ourselves on providing compassionate legal services. We know what you are going through, and we are here to help. These are complex cases. Working with an experienced lawyer can help you understand your rights, the application process and what other options are available if your application is denied.
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