Are DACA applicants inherently at a disadvantage?

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radiograf

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I know schools say that they "accept" DACA applicants, but in terms of admission chances, does being DACA put one at a disadvantage?

someone had mentioned this to me before that schools are iffy about daca applicants because these people will have trouble with residency and licensing in the future
 

candbgirl

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Call Loyola. They have (or used to have) a program for DACA students. I’m sure they can answer your questions. Good luck
 

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Here is a list of schools that accepts/doesn't accept DACA applicants from the MSAR advisor reports.
 
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I know schools say that they "accept" DACA applicants, but in terms of admission chances, does being DACA put one at a disadvantage?

someone had mentioned this to me before that schools are iffy about daca applicants because these people will have trouble with residency and licensing in the future
I am a DACA student and I am currently working on my disadvantaged statement for my application. Feel free to message me :)
 
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