Deal, no deal leaves DACA recipients confused, uncertain


"Many supporters of the president wonder whether our king has been captured and (White House chief of staff John) Kelly and a clique of generals and their globalist friends are now governing", said Roger Stone, a longtime informal adviser to Trump.

Taking aim at illegal aliens who break criminal law makes sense; deporting productive young people who were brought into America as minors, who are otherwise law-abiding, makes little sense.

"There was no final deal, but. we agreed that the President would support enshrining DACA protections into law, and encourage the House (of Representatives) and Senate to act", they said. "We would give the Congress and the president the opportunity to work through some of the difficulties".

"What remains to be negotiated are the details of border security, with a mutual goal of finalising all details as soon as possible", they added, saying Democrats would continue to oppose plans for a border wall. By doing so, Trump stopped this lawsuit from happening, one which may well have put an end to DACA and set a legal precedent against it.

"It created momentum; it created a statement as DACA recipients", she said.

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Ruiz-Lira wants Trump to take his stance a step further to allow family of DACA recipients to stay in the well.

I had one professor out of all of my classes even address it, Jasso said. This would not be that.

An amount of $495 may be available to help cover the renewal application fee for eligible students who qualify, according to a message sent by the California State University chancellor, Timothy P. White. "Our city residents directly suffer because they lose critical services at a time when we are already stretched thin with hundreds of vacancies at City Hall". And so they've essentially been living as Americans in every way except having citizenship.

"I hope the President is true to this word". And as I said in the room that night, I think people know why. And fixing our immigration system is a discussion definitely worth having.But if that discussion isn't based on the truth, on actual facts and not just things we hear on talk radio or cable news shows, it's not going to get us anywhere.If you oppose letting Dreamers stay in the USA, that's fine.