Join us for a virtual roundtable discussion that brings together community members from across the United States to address the critical issue of how DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) recipients are affected by the American financial system. This roundtable aims to foster an open and constructive dialogue among participants as we explore the challenges faced by DACA recipients in accessing and utilizing essential banking services.
During the session, we will hear personal stories from DACA recipients, gaining valuable insights into the specific hurdles they encounter while navigating the financial system.
By uniting community members and advocates, this virtual roundtable seeks to raise awareness about the unique struggles faced by DACA recipients, particularly when it comes to opening bank accounts, accessing credit, and securing loans. Through collaborative discussions, we will identify actionable steps that your credit union can take to foster a more equitable and supportive banking environment for these young immigrants, ensuring they have the same opportunities to build a stable financial future as any other member of society.
Let's come together to create a positive impact, striving for a financial system that embraces diversity, inclusion, and equal access for all, regardless of immigration status. Register now to be a part of this transformative conversation and contribute to building a more just and inclusive society for DACA recipients nationwide.
Due to the nature of this topic, this roundtable will NOT be recorded and we will not be naming our speakers/participants publicly to ensure their safety.