Janet Napolitano, University of California sue Trump administration for DACA repeal

Trump's DACA Bigotry Backfires As Democrats Vow To Attach The DREAM Act To Bills Until It Passes

Trump's DACA Bigotry Backfires As Democrats Vow To Attach The DREAM Act To Bills Until It Passes

At this point Diego Corzo said it's nothing short of a waiting game for him.

If Congress does not legalize DACA or a similar program within six months, many young people will eventually be deported back to their country of origin, including several MU students.

"There is 900 of these Dreamers that are serving in uniform in the United States military", he said.

"Starting with the Dream Act kids I think is a good down payment on what will eventually be a comprehensive solution to a broken immigration system", said Graham. The fate of about 800,000 immigrants - brought here as children by their undocumented parents - is ample inspiration for bipartisanship. We are writing to state clearly that no matter what the Administration decides to do, we will stand by our students, protect their rights, and continue to provide them an outstanding education. "It doesn't really hit you what it means to be undocumented until you turn 16 or 18 and you're trying to get a driver's license", he said.

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Roth said just more than 6,400 people have benefitted from DACA in SC. DACA recipients are issued a temporary Social Security number and are able to obtain a driver's licence. In their behalf, the National Federation of Filipino-American Associations joined nationwide protests and appeals, saying "DACA recipients are Americans in every sense, except for their paperwork, and should be allowed them to thrive and build lives here in the United States". "So if they think they can pass DACA or anything without a tough border security bill, that won't happen". At the same time, it offers them a chance to work in the country. "It's going to impact a lot of society whether they work as engineers, nurses, lawyers and doctors", said Corzo.

The data base has all information on entries and exits from the country and visa expiry dates as was required in the DACA application, giving government officials what amount to signed, dated admissions about violations of federal immigration law.

"A lot of people think that we the Dreamers steal their jobs but we earn our way". Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who along with 15 other attorneys general across the country filed a lawsuit last week to protect DACA grantees, says losing DACA would economically hinder the state, placing an unfair burden on small businesses that have trained and employed numerous almost 18,000 DACA recipients in the state. America is the land of opportunities where we can dream and be hopeful. That willsend almost 800,000 people into more tenuous immigration status starting March 5, barring a change in the law from Congress.

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