DACA deadlines should be extended, federal judge says

DACA deadlines should be extended, federal judge says

DACA deadlines should be extended, federal judge says

The deal announced by Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi following a White House dinner would enshrine protections for the almost 800,000 immigrants brought illegally to this country as kids who had benefited from former President Barack Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program.

Congress, get ready to do your job - DACA! This week, Trump and Democratic congressional leaders have said that discussions are underway on a plan for such a law. What did DACA actually do?

In addition to Trump, Acting Homeland Security Department Secretary Elaine Duke is named as a defendant. DACA recipients had to have been brought to the United States before June 2007, either have a high school degree or be pursuing one, or have completed military service. They were even saving people in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Here, there are an estimated 38,000 individuals who were either eligible for DACA, or would have been upon meeting the education or age requirements.

Then the President spoke for himself.

This program was stopped by a lawsuit filed by 26 states after a federal court issued a nationwide injunction, holding that providing such benefits to illegal aliens was beyond the power of the president.

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"For San Jose, the ability to hire DACA recipients has been extremely beneficial". In response to DACA, they bravely stepped out of the shadows several years ago and declared their undocumented status to the USA government in exchange for the opportunity to live without fear, to be able to get a driver's license and apply for a job without the threat of deportation.

After DACA was initiated in 2012, recipients' hourly wages increased by 42 percent, 6 percent started their own business (compared to a national average of 3.1 percent), 21 percent purchased their first auto, 12 percent purchased their first home, and 90 percent received their driver's license or a state identification card. And I know a lot of other Democrats - and I'm sure some Republicans - are concerned that the president may want to leverage DACA relief to build a wall. Is that correct? Are they allowed to serve?

When DACA was established in 2012, its recipients were not offered a permanent residency or a pathway to citizenship. 5 that the program would end in six months if Congress did not pass legislation to make the program permanent. What did that decision mean for DACA recipients?

By extension, criminal cartels infiltrated the United States' semi-permeable borders amid DACA to violently acquire new gang territory.

He is anxious about what will happen with DACA being rescinded.

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Ex-President Obama was fond of saying "We are a nation of laws". If so, what does that look like? Those applying will need to complete a questionnaire and provide an employment authorization document (EAD) card.

DACA issuances and work permits expiring between now and March 5, 2018 must be submitted for renewal by October 5, 2017. What is the solution?

"I will immediately terminate President Obama's illegal executive order on immigration".

"It's not the only part of it, but a significant percentage of people in this country illegally don't cross the border".

For many immigration advocates, passing the DREAM Act is the right thing to do.

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