Congress Has Had More Than 1 Year on DACA — Conway

07 Septembre, 2017, 09:25 | Auteur: Djeferson Maurice
  • A group rallies in Miami Tuesday to defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. President Trump began dismantling the DACA program which protects hundreds of thousands of young immigrants who were brought into the country illegally as chi

Mike Collins and his guests discuss.

All the reasons for that principle and that design are on display with the Obama-era policy known as DACA, which the Trump administration said Tuesday it is rescinding. Once that time is up, DACA as we know it will likely no longer be in effect.

On Wednesday, Trump told reporters there was no ambiguity and he discussed DACA during a White House meeting earlier in the day with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi alongside Republican leaders.

But we already have one border fiasco in Canada in part thanks to hasty and confused rhetoric by our prime minister. "If they can't, I will revisit this issue!" he wrote. There are DACA recipients who are as American as myself.

Scott cited numbers compiled by the Center for American Progress, a research group founded by John Podesta, who ran the campaign for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

What happens to DACA recipients now?

Anyone who's DACA permit expires after March 5, 2018, will have their protected status end as early as March 6, 2018. Betty Little, R-Queensbury, said that the president is asking Congress to fix the law by waiting six months before the phase-out begins.

New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman said Trump's plan is "cruel, shortsighted, inhumane" and driven by a personal bias against Mexicans and Latinos.

The lawsuit noted that Harvard University has over 50 DACA students while Tufts University has more than 25.

"These lawsuits are not filed lightly", she said. Critics say the program was unconstitutional. But we must also recognize that we are nation of opportunity because we are a nation of laws. They work hard and pay taxes.

Are they expected to deport themselves?

"President Trump is the first president 30 years - and let's go back to Reagan, we can go back further".

"Since 2012, DACA has allowed hundreds of thousands of young people to live, study, and work in the United States, and to become stable and even more productive members of their communities, without fear that they could be arrested and placed in deportation proceedings at any moment", the lawsuit says.

How will this impact the economy?

The suit alleges that Trump's decision to end DACA violates the Constitution's due process and equal protection clauses, and also violates the Administrative Procedure Act.

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