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What to do with young immigrants brought to USA illegally?

17 September 2017, 09:42 | Erica Roy

What to do with young immigrants brought to USA illegally?

A sign is held up by the White House in support of the DREAMers and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program on Sept. 5 when Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the Trump administration will

Trump said this week that he was working with Democrats on a bill to protect DACA recipients, while also adding "massive border security".

Maria lived unlawfully in the United States from the age of 10. The program provided a legal status for recipients, including participation in Social Security, for almost 800,000 immigrants who were brought to the United States illegally as children. I can go wherever I want whenever I want to, but not them.

To say nothing of disparaging an American judge of Mexican heritage, creating the Victims of Immigrant Crime Engagement Office, in order to aggregate statistics on crimes committed by immigrants (and thus to give them more publicity than crimes committed by others), his notorious and ill-conceived wall, and pardoning former Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who ran what he called a "concentration camp" for undocumented immigrants.

Between President Trump working a deal on the status of Dreamers and a fast-approaching renewal deadline for certain Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients, Judge Nicholas Garaufis suggested it would make a sense to just hit the pause button on a October 5 deadline.

President Donald Trump is now tweeting about how some unauthorized immigrants are really good people. The total includes roughly 200,000 immigrants in California, whose attorney general, Xavier Becerra, led the lawsuit that Mills joined.

Flores said he tells other DACA recipients, "We're going to keep fighting regardless what they tell us because we know actions speak louder than words". "I started realizing how important it was to have a driver's license, or to work".

With this same goal in mind, more than 1,500 students around New Mexico - from Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Las Cruces and Anthony - participated in a statewide student walkout for immigrant justice to decry DACA's rescission.


DACA was implemented through a memorandum issued by the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security on June 15, 2012. Today, the average DACA recipient is 22 years old, employed, and in pursuit of higher education.

CASTRO: Well, I think that, you know, the idea of amnesty from 1986 was kind of a blanket allowance of people to stay with no conditions. Trump also turned to Gov. Rick Scott and said he hoped the Republican runs for the Senate, an assertion the president has made before.

Christian leaders and activists gathered Wednesday on Capitol Hill to urge Congress to protect young undocumented immigrants. DACA recipients pay taxes, even toward benefits for which they themselves are not eligible.

In a statement following the Trump administration's announcement to rescind DACA, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccadro said, "Punting the issue to Congress, without any affirmative leadership to enact a legislative solution, amounts to a cowardly cop-out, placing the futures of these young women and men in serious jeopardy".

"It is relieving and a bit reassuring", said Nayda Benitez, a senior student at University of Colorado Colorado Springs, "I'm not trying to just believe anything that's put out there".

The judge's comments came as he was deciding whether immigration advocacy groups would be allowed to file new legal claims challenging Trump's decision to end DACA.

"I would go and help them build the wall", she said. Coming to the USA was the only way they would stay healthy, so his parents successfully applied to study there.



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