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President Trump's DACA decision puts immigration fix in hands of Congress

12 September 2017

The administration agrees with Trump's tweet to the extent that DACA recipients don't need to worry about deportation for the next six months - but that time should be used to prepare for deportation either by themselves or the government shortly thereafter. After a short break, participants will then march to Placita Olvera in downtown Los Angeles, across from Union Station, where the demonstration is expected to end about 7 p.m.

This week, President Trump finally made good on his campaign promise to end DACA - Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

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Pelosi told reporters at her weekly news conference that Trump has indicated his support and willingness to sign into law the Dream Act, legislation that would give a path to legalization to the immigrants brought to the country as children. Later in the day, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said DACA was dead, but that the Department of Homeland Security wouldn't target the program's participants for immediate deportation.

Should those workers - who were brought to the United States illegally as children - be deported, Harrison doubts he would find other workers to replace them anytime soon. "You know, will something going to come up in Congress before she gets to senior year because I don't want her to struggle to get to college". DACA is set to expire in six months.

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"These kids don't - for the most part, don't know any other home than the United States", Ryan said on September 6. Frankly, I think Trump is against it, but his base is all he has. So a bill to replace DACA, he says, should be accompanied with limits on extended family unification migration and with "enhanced enforcement measures", such as mandatory E-Verify. In their behalf, the National Federation of Filipino-American Associations joined nationwide protests and appeals, saying "DACA recipients are Americans in every sense, except for their paperwork, and should be allowed them to thrive and build lives here in the United States".

Opponents who saw the program as an abuse of Obama's executive power have cheered the decision, but the impending elimination has continued to spark criticism from elected officials, leaders from Missouri universities and the St. Louis Regional Chamber, which argues that Dreamers are valuable contributors to the region's workforce.

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In response, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said only that Trump "is focused on responsible immigration reform and wants to work with both sides to achieve it". We are writing to state clearly that no matter what the Administration decides to do, we will stand by our students, protect their rights, and continue to provide them an outstanding education. But Trump didn't do that with DACA.

President Trump's DACA decision puts immigration fix in hands of Congress