DACA recipients are not nameless, faceless immigrants that live underground somewhere. Working at the Baltimore Immigration Legal Clinic at World Relief, we put together DACA applications — which cost $495 apiece and must be renewed every two years, with proof of a clean criminal record — and learned that they are our neighbors, our colleagues and our children’s teachers. They are college students, they are service workers and professionals, they are homeowners and renters. They pay taxes and contribute to our economy, they speak English well, and they have integrated into our communities. In short, they are giving their best to the only country they know as home, and we are better for having them in our communities.