The interviewee speaks about how the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program has positively affected her life and also how it falls short when attempting to find, and hold, a job. She describes how the desire for better treatments for her walking disability motivated her parents to come to the United States. She illustrates how her disability was treated differently in Mexican and U.S. public schools. The interview was conducted at the interviewee’s residence, where she lives with her mother and siblings. There is a cut in the audio due to technical difficulties.