Childhood Arrivals

Tens of thousands of people were brought into the United States as immigrants when they were only children. For many of these childhood arrivals, the U.S. is the only home that they have known. They have contributed to our economy, served in our military, led in our parishes, and enlivened our communities.

MCC supports measures like the DREAM Act, DACA, and DAPA, which aim to protect childhood arrivals from deportation while the U.S. continues to work towards comprehensive immigration reform.