There are an estimated 8,000 children and young adult DACA recipients in Massachusetts. Following are links that may be helpful.
· A set of advisories (a basic advisory<http://internal.bmc.org/hr/documents/DACAadvisory-basics.pdf> and a more detailed advisory<http://internal.bmc.org/hr/documents/DACAadvisory-detailed.pdf>) from expert organizations explaining what the wind down of DACA means. If you have any questions about the impact of these DACA changes, please contact BMC’s Office of the General Counsel at 617-638-7901<tel:617-638-7901>.
· A list of Boston-area resources for immigrants<http://internal.bmc.org/hr/documents/ImmigrationresourcesinBoston.pdf>
· BMC’s Immigration Resources intranet site<http://internal.bmc.org/hr/immigrationresources.htm>
· Immigration health information and resources for patients from the Department of Pediatrics<http://internal.bmc.org/pediatrics/ImmigrantHealth/ImmigrationHealth.htm>