Pope Francis on Thursday encouraged young immigrants who may be affected by the Trump administration’s decision to end a program protecting them from deportation to keep dreaming.
Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) said Trump told him he was willing to give it some more time to allow lawmakers to enact protections for young undocumented immigrants before DACA expires.
The federal judge, Nicholas G. Garaufis, has said that if policy makers cannot resolve their issues, he may impose his own solution, through lawsuits challenging President Trumps repeal.
President Donald Trump's Oct. 5 deadline for some immigrants to renew their DACA enrollment has triggered fundraising to help them pay the $495 fee. Groups and individuals are urgently raising money to help young immigrants meet an Oct. 5 deadline to renew their permission to stay in the U.S., at a cost of $495 each.
President Donald Trump sought to assure hundreds of thousands of immigrants protected from deportation under an Obama-era action that they need not worry about the wind-down of the program as Congress debates an alternative.
It has been five years since the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) initiative granted undocumented immigrants the ability to receive temporary deportation relief and work authorization
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) early Thursday blasted President Obama's executive order protecting illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, saying there are "some awfully bad people" among the so-called Dreamers.
Among the many things President-elect Donald Trump has promised is undo President Obama’s executive action protecting young undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children, also known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). The public does not support punishing these young people nor is it sound economic or immigration policy, President-elect Trump should recognize that.
AILA is disappointed with today’s Supreme Court decision denying the request for a rehearing in United States v. Texas; AILA President Bill Stock noted, “the Supreme Court has once again allowed state governments to block federal policy initiatives with which they disagree.”