Lies about DACA by Trump Administration

Lies about DACA by Trump Administration

Lies about DACA by Trump Administration

It wasn't heartlessness that moved President Donald Trump to lift protections for people who had been brought to the USA illegally when they were minors, his aides took pains to explain when he made the decision. They were realizing the term that has been given to them - Dreamers.

To receive work permits under DACA, applicants must have come to the USA before age 16, lived in the country continuously, be attending or have completed school or served in the military, and have no criminal record. "For many, America is the only home they have ever really known, and they are proud to work and contribute to its success".

When Congress failed to legislate DACA, President Barack Obama created the program in 2012 by executive order.

Gov. John Carney tried to reassure undocumented students at Delaware State University Friday.

These young "dreamers" arrived in the United States as children and are registered with the federal government to get work permits, but remain undocumented in the migrant registry.

Basi said there are fewer than 10 DACA students attending MU. Any of them whose protections expire within the next six months have until early October to reapply, and others face an uncertain future.

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At least 3,000 protesters gathered across the street from the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Columbus Circle, chanting and holding signs that read, "Legalize liberty", and "Keep the dreamers, deport the racists". "It allows the Dreamers to have a social security number and work with a work permit and gives us a driver's license", said Corzo.

There are some bills on the table that could gain steam for a DACA replacement, and some lawmakers are in favor of passing the Dream Act of 2017 that has been getting worked on for years.

"Every day we hear something different", says Eduardo Padron, president of Miami Dade College. The decision to end DACA is not just wrong.

"They don't even speak Spanish anymore", he said. "Nobody for sure knows what their options are".

Despite a push in 2013 from Republican strategists who say the party needs to attract more Hispanic voters, House Republicans killed Obama's effort to liberalize the immigration system. About 800,000 people are affected. This action will have a devastating effect on the Dreamers, their families, friends, schools, and employers.

Such provisions will most likely be opposed by the lobbies whose ultimate goal has been giving legal status to nearly all of the 11 million immigrants here illegally, a measure that was part of the 2007 and 2013 comprehensive bills. They numbered in the thousands. They did not make an active choice to come here, but they now have active roles here.

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