Daniel Rodriguez, 31, immigration and family law attorney. Daniel was the first DACA recipient to start a law practice in Arizona. He came to the U.S. when he was 7 years old.
Diana Rodriguez, 23, student teacher. Diana was 9 years old when she came to the U.S. from Mexico. She plans to graduate ASU this spring and teach in a Phoenix school.
Tony Valdovinos, 27, owner, La Machine political consulting firm. Phoenix resident. Tony enrolled in DACA in 2013, and he came into the U.S from Mexico in 1992.
Valeria Garcia, 16, high school junior at Xavier Preparatory Academy. Valeria wants to attend Stanford University and become an immigration lawyer. She enrolled in DACA 1 year ago.
Elizabeth "Ellie" Perez, 27, finance director, Kate Gallego's Phoenix mayoral campaign. Ellie arrived in the U.S. in 1995 at 4 years old. She got DACA protection in 2012.
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Adriana Garcia Maximiliano, 25, Manager of Alumni Programs, New American Leaders. Adriana is married and lives in Phoenix. She enrolled in DACA 4 years ago and arrived in the U.S. 17 years ago.
Carlos Yanez, 18, freshman at Arizona State University studying biomedical science. Carlos wants to be a doctor. He came to the U.S. from Mexico at age 6, and he enrolled in DACA at age 15.
Maggie Camilo, 19, Student at Phoenix College. Maggie says she was 2 or 3 when she came to the U.S. from Mexico. She lives in Phoenix. All her siblings are U.S. citizens.
Karina Ruiz, 33, President of the Arizona DREAM Act Coalition. Karina is a college graduate and married mother of 3. At age 15, she came to the U.S. from Mexico City. She enrolled in DACA in 2013.
Jessica Rubio, 25, Executive Director of the Academic and Leadership Accelerator for Service. Jessica lives in Phoenix. She enrolled in DACA 4 years ago and arrived in the U.S. 11 years ago.