Marlenne Hernandez07 November 2017Eng 1301-31955Essay 4Word count: 724Facing Reality with a Matter of Acknowledgements There are more than 43 million immigrants in the U.S, according to the Migration Policy Institute, and out of those 43 million about 11 million are undocumented immigrants. In addition to that, according to a survey made by the “Pacific Standard” “sixty-five percent said that, after DACA, they pursued educational opportunities they previously couldn't. Forty-five percent are currently in school”. Many of these immigrants seek the opportunity for a better future with the help of DACA, which in this case assists them with the ability to own their social security number and employment opportunities. “The Washington post” stated a screenshot with the following statement “Dear @realdonaldtrump, If you end DACA, we will make your life impossible. Signed, The five million who marched on January 21st #DefendDACA”. As you can see young adult immigrants have been marching, protesting, and have even tried contacting the president in order to stop this tragic solution of ending DACA. Although these actions are been taken, it has proved that it’s not enough to convince current representatives to keep DACA.