DREAMer, DACA recipient, college student and small business owner, Karen Caudillo broke down in to tears while talking to reporters about losing DACA. “I’m gonna be sent back to a country that I’ve never been to, and I’m gonna lose every opportunity that I have or that I have had,” says Caudillo through tears, “I’m a business owner, I’m a junior in college, I should be studying for my test tomorrow, but I’m missing it to be here [at the courthouse].” She’s just one of hundreds of thousands of DACA recipients who now have to face an uncertain future in America. “…I was just more worried about the younger DACA students. I have a cousin who’s 15. She just received DACA. She has her whole life ahead of her, she’s so smart. And now she won’t even be able to enjoy this opportunity. She’ll have DACA ’til she’s 17. She won’t even be able to apply for colleges, and she was brought here when she was two.” If the DREAM Act doesn’t pass, the consequences will be devastating for our country and for so many individuals.