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Trump's DACA Bigotry Backfires As Democrats Vow To Attach The DREAM Act To Bills Until It Passes

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The California Democrat told journalists that Trump signaled his backing in a White House meeting with congressional leaders on Wednesday and in conversation with her Thursday.

5, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced President Donald Trump's plan to end a program that protects thousands of young undocumented immigrants, eliciting reactions from local UT community members. Trump's base is not so politically correct! Under the terms of DACA, those in the program (part of a group of people who immigrated to the United States illegally as children) were able to live and work in the country without the fear of deportation. "Because we do not track information regarding the immigration status of our students, we can not say if any or how many might be affected by changes to the DACA program", Cecilia Jacobs, Director of News and Information, said. In fact, the POTUS has mandated the Republican-controlled Congress to come up with an alternative to DACA within six months, adding that he will revisit the issue if the Congress fails to deliver what he asked them to do.

According to the Q-C Hispanic Chamber, since 2012 "we have seen the numerous benefits from the DACA program to the USA economy, including $2 billion added to state and local taxes".

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"Dreamers", these kids of which I speak, came to this country with their parents and are now an average of 26 years old, as reported by the Los Angeles Times. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops also issued a statement calling Trump's decision to end DACA a "reprehensible" one, The Washington Post relayed.

The lawsuit also argues that DREAMers had made themselves more vulnerable to deportation than they were before DACA because they had provided sensitive information when applying for the programme. "As soon as we know more about where things are changing, then we'll be able to work more closely with them".

Kari Alldredge, vice provost for the Division of Enrollment Management, said that citizenship is a factor for making financial aid decisions for students, including undocumented students.

Many Dreamers are uncertain of their futures as Congress starts the six-month clock on finding a solution.

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Moreover, Obama's 2014 Deferred Action for Parents of Americans, which would have given protection to some 4 million parents of legal residents, was ruled invalid by federal courts.

"Now, after months of anxiety and fear about their futures, these fearless young people face deportation", the conference of bishops said in a statement.

Basi said there are fewer than 10 DACA students attending MU.

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