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Once you get your DACA approved, that process is complete with immigration until it's time to renew it. I have not heard anything about a drug test, but if it has anything to do with the driver license, that would be up to the state where you live. You should remember that trouble you get into for drug use could make you ineligible for other kinds of immigration relief, particularly if we get immigration reform.
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