President Trump’s order rescinding DACA supposedly was designed to give Congress six months to come up with legislation to take its place.
The order by U.S. District Judge William Alsup, based in San Francisco, also appears to cover legal advice about winding down the program, which grants quasi-legal status and work permits to so-called Dreamers.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Friday that he supports reactivating a program designed to attract foreign military recruits who agree to serve in exchange for fast-tracked U.S. citizenship.
It “plainly discriminates based on nationality” in a way that’s antithetical to the Constitution, one judge said.
The Trump administration won’t allow a teen girl in its custody to get an abortion, and won’t say if it’s using the same tactics to pressure and block rape victims from terminating their pregnancies.
The administration’s top immigration enforcement official on Tuesday said his agency will vastly step up crackdowns on employers who hire undocumented immigrants — a new front in President Donald Trump’s hardline immigration agenda.
The Trump administration must turn over all emails and memos used to make its decision to phase out Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the 2012 program created to protect undocumented youths from deportation, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
#FreeMelecio se ha convertido en el grito de miles de personas, luego que el papá de familia y trabajador de construcción fue arrestado por una “orden de exclusión” de hace 20 años. Su hija mayor tendría que abandonar estudios en Yale para regresar a cuidar de su familia si es deportado.
Several lawmakers in California’s congressional delegation are asking Trump’s top immigration official for a meeting, pointing to what they called his “reprehensible” statement on a new so-called sanctuary state law that will limit cooperation between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities.
The policy marks a departure from the Obama administration, when an undocumented teen’s request was not reviewed unless she sought federal funds.
Losing that many teachers would have a huge impact on kids, said Viridiana Carrizales of Teach For America, the elite teacher-preparation program that has begun advocating for the program. “We cannot afford to lose so many teachers and impact so many students,” she said. “Every time a student loses a teacher, that is a disruption in the student’s learning.”
Recent findings by the Economic Policy Institute, a D.C.-based think tank backed by labor unions, suggest that public schools are already in a teacher shortage bind: An Oct. 6 report found that given rising student populations, public schools are short by about 327,000 educators.