My name is Gloria, I am 25. I was born in England and am the child of Nigerian immigrants.
Because I was granted DACA, I have been able to get my driver’s license and buy my first car—both American rites of passage. The most significant improvement DACA has afforded me has been peace of mind and relief from a life of living in terror of being deported. Today, I’m heading to D.C. to discuss the urgent need to protect Dreamers with my Congress member.