DHS will accept no new applications for travel authorization (called “Advance Parole”). Pending applications will be closed (“denied”) and the application fee will be returned. DHS will, however, recognize previously-granted travel periods so persons who are outside the United States with Advance Parole under DACA are urged to return to the . before the authorization expires. DHS has always maintained that Advance Parole does not guarantee admission into the United States, and the government may terminate or revoke that benefit at any time. Therefore, even persons who have unexpired Advance Parole should carefully consider trips outside the United States.
The primary motif of the poem is the "dream deferred", which represents the opposition between Harlem of the 1950s and the rest of the world.  Other motifs include boogie-woogie and discrimination against African Americans. The poem is characterized by its use of the montage , a cinematic technique of quickly cutting from one scene to another in order to juxtapose disparate images, and its use of contemporary jazz modes like boogie-woogie , bop and bebop , both as subjects in the individual short poems and as a method of structuring and writing the poetry.  The poem is divided into five sections (although some editions contain six); each section represents a different time of day in Harlem, moving from dawn through the night to the dawn of the following day. The poem begins and ends with the same two lines: "Good morning, daddy! / Ain't you heard?"  Montage of a Dream Deferred was Langston Hughes' first major publication following the end of World War II .  Its themes include the subjugation of the black community, African-American racial consciousness and history, and the need for social change to resolve the injustices faced by the residents of Harlem.