Five years ago, everything changed for 800,000 foreign-born young people who were suddenly free to emerge from the shadows.

An Obama-era executive action, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, granted these immigrants, who came to be known as Dreamers, protection from deportation – along with temporary, renewable work permits.

As President Trump weighs whether to rescind the action, commonly known as DACA, countless lives are left in limbo. Here are stories of some of the young people who may be forced to leave the only home they’ve ever known: