President Trump’s order rescinding DACA supposedly was designed to give Congress six months to come up with legislation to take its place.
“They are dreamers, they are our children, they are from our community,” he stated. “This goes to them.”
Under Trump’s DACA order in September, starting on March 6 nearly 700,000 people brought to the country illegally as children will become eligible for deportation as their work permits and deportation deferrals begin expiring on a rolling basis.
“Tonight’s ruling takes us one step closer to holding the Administration accountable for its decision to rescind DACA. Our DACA Dreamers deserve to know we will fight for them at every turn for their rights and opportunities, so they may continue to contribute to America,” said California attorney general Xavier Becerra, who filed one of the lawsuits challenging the decision to rescind DACA.
“Congress needs to pass legislation,” Cardin said at a Capitol Hill news conference. “We need to get predictability and safety to people who are in uncertain status.”
Florida International University’s spokeswoman Maydel Santana said on Tuesday the student affairs’ division had no record of previous reports implicating the College Republicans.
Things are looking worse at the West County Detention Facility in Richmond.
This week, I read a copy of a letter signed by 27 female inmates at the jail saying that they were being treated poorly because of their immigration status.
It’s the Trump administration’s biggest reversal on immigration policy to date.
A first-of-its kind evidence rule ordered by the Washington State Supreme Court will make information about immigration status “generally inadmissible” in both criminal and civil cases, with some exceptions.
Originally published by The New Yorker Ahandful of officials in the White House, the Justice Department, and the Department of Homeland Security have spent the past year attempting to realize President Trump’s vision of an America that is less welcoming of foreigners. John Kelly, the White House chief of staff; Jeff Sessions, the Attorney General; …
New allegations in a DACA lawsuit, and reports from lawyers, reveal many immigrants were punished despite doing everything right.