Recently, Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and James Lankford (R-OK) introduced the SUCCEED Act (Solution for Undocumented Children through Careers, Employment, Education and Defending our nation) [FAQ], a merit-based solution to address the legal uncertainty facing undocumented children. The SUCCEED Act includes a longer path to citizenship for DACA recipients, as compared to the Dream Act. Only after 15 years of legal status, including at least five years as a green card holder, could an applicant apply for citizenship. — Joe
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