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“Imagine just being someone that lived here your entire life or even just a couple of years and then not being able to continue your education,” Ramos said. “That would be heartbreaking to me because I would feel like I kind of contributed to this community in some sense, and now I can’t even continue to get educated.”

Ramos acquired permanent residence status in 2011. She said she could relate to the insecurity undocumented immigrants would feel if DACA was repealed.

“It totally changes your life when you go from not having [residence status] to being able to feel more secure in the country and feeling like you actually belong here and that people want you to be here,” she said. “So I think it’s really important [for Aoun] to take that stance.”

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