- Immigrants try to get permanent residence, but it takes an average of 90 to 150 years.
- An estimated 200,000 young people in the United States may be forced to leave 21.
- Children of immigrants can stay on work visas, but are limited to jobs in STEM areas.
DETROIT – Padma Danturty grew up in the United States and had a typical American upbringing: She played football, made friends, studied hard in class, and looked forward to adulthood in the United States.
But as she got older and prepared to apply for part-time jobs and college just like her peers, Danturty began to realize that her circumstances were different.