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Trump reaches out to make more deals with democrats

19 September 2017

Some Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals recipients are suing the US government over President Trump's decision to end the program.

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and other GOP House members adamantly insisted that there was no agreement this week to enshrine protections for the immigrants brought to America as children and now here illegally. President Trump is of the opinion that DACA violates the USA constitution on executive power and has refused to extend the order that was issued by his predecessor Barack Obama.

The president responded our a request and DACA has been a huge success.

They all called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, a blessing, especially for their education, and hopes for the future.

Since it was authorised in 2012 by Obama, the programme has provided protection from deportation and the right to work legally to almost 800,000 young people. Fernando Jimenez says ending DACA is a step in the wrong direction.

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The Department of Homeland Security, which administers the program, said on its website immediately after the announcement that current recipients can continue working until their permits, which last two years, expire. Garcia's goal was to teach her daughter that she too could get a degree, and a job doing what she loves.

"They came to the United States as children".

Rossbacher said HSU will hold a "Know your Rights" panel session in a couple of weeks for students to come ask questions and air concerns. He gave us six months. Let it not become a nightmare for these young people. "The deportation clock is ticking", he said. Would they be US citizens, or are they to be "Group Two Dreamers" with the same requirements?

In July, I introduced the most recent version of it with my friend Lindsey Graham, a Republican of SC. Veterans of past House efforts to negotiate a bipartisan deal on immigration reform, are also on board.

Legal experts have said court challenges to Trump's decision could face an uphill battle because a president typically has wide authority in implementing immigration policy. The House passed a version of the bill in December 2010, but the measure failed to garner the needed votes in the Senate. Few students said they wanted to see DACA residents deported. Well, that moment has arrived. "They grew up singing "The Star Spangled Banner" and pledging allegiance to the American flag", said Durbin.

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It's time to stand up.

In an institution that is clearly lacking in any wisdom whatsoever, what we need Congress to demonstrate is some wisdom worthy of King Solomon.

"The NAACP, whose membership includes DACA registrants across the United States, is filing this lawsuit to protect the hundreds of thousands of Mexican, Caribbean and African immigrants who have been affected by the unlawful termination of the DACA program".

"I have friends who are Dreamers, brought here at 2 years old, they are now 25, 27 years old". You are not alone. "So when you look at the whole thing, and the whole picture, these really are the victims of the broken system", Cross told CBN News.

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Trump reaches out to make more deals with democrats