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DACA updates

Future opportunities: Proposition 308

An opportunity for in-state tuition for Arizona high school graduates will be available. Arizona voters will decide on the access to in-state tuition and scholarships for DREAMers on the 2022 ballot. For more information, visit

What you need to know

DREAMzone will continue to provide the most current information regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. On Friday, Dec. 4, 2020, the federal district court in Batalla v. Trump ruled that DACA must be restored to its original terms. Under this decision, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services must:

  1. Accept initial applications for DACA for eligible applicants;
  2. Accept applications to travel internationally for educational and other grounds; and
  3. Restore existing work permits to two years, up from one.

More details about DACA may be viewed here. Para más información acerca de DACA, visite aquí.

New applicants who meet the requirements should apply as soon as possible. United We Dream has answers to some of the most frequently asked questions here, to help students get started. Current ASU students can contact Monica Petersen with the ASU Foundation at monica.petersen@asufoundation.org for assistance with their DACA application fees. 

For Online DACA renewal, please visit here.

DACA and undocumented students in Arizona may be eligible for the Non-Resident Tuition Rate for Arizona High School Graduates, 150% of in-state tuition. Students who have questions about this should email residency@asu.edu or call 480-965-7712.

Commitment to DACA students and DREAMers

Arizona State University stands firm in its commitment to DACA students and DREAMers. Since the September announcement to end DACA, ASU President Dr. Michael M. Crow has issued three statements to the community. Each of his messages can be accessed below: