In order to qualify for DACA, applicants must have arrived in the U.S. before 2007, and have no serious criminal record.
Once enrolled, any action to deport them is deferred for two years.
Birth country doesn't tell you anything about what race people are. Mexicans make up the majority of DACA recipients, sure. Are they white Mexicans? Black? Indigenous?
We don’t know.
True, there aren't many DACA recipients from African and Caribbean countries.
There's a reason for this: The Black Alliance for Just Immigration noted in a 2020 report that only 3% and 2% of African and Caribbean populations, respectively, were immediately eligible for DACA.