If Congress Doesn't Act, Trump Won't End DACA — Hume

Zuckerberg repeated his earlier condemnation of Trump's decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, which allowed recipients known as "Dreamers" to live, work and study in the U.S. without fear of deportation. "Again, unfortunately, President Trump has shown the American people his true colors at the expense of innocent youths".

In Washington state, there are nearly 18,000 DACA recipients.

The revocation of DACA is a direct attack on immigrant communities, threatening the education and livelihoods of 800,000 young people who now face the real possibility of deportation.

Bannon was forced out of the White House in mid-August, three weeks after retired Gen. John Kelly became the President's chief of staff. In his time at the White House, Bannon was one of the most controversial staffers, and was generally perceived as one of the driving forces behind Trump's nationalist ideology.

There's nothing new about what Trump and Sessions are saying. I watch football on Saturdays and Sundays. "Here at Univision we will continue to stand by them, including those talented Dreamers working at our company to advance our mission of entertaining, informing, and empowering the Hispanic community and the rising American mainstream we serve". The idea of deporting that population is broadly unpopular and would hurt the U.S. economy.

He added, however, that Trump was right to pass the DACA issue off to Congress, since they are the ones capable of changing the law, not the president.

Indian experts reckon that that Trump's anti-immigration policies are here to stay, but their impact on India-US ties is going to be less profound.

Eighteen months later, Obama had determined that the end was more important than the means.at least temporarily. I won't be able to work here.

The founder of Figeroux & Associate stated, "As of Sept. 5, 2017, the government will no longer process any new DACA applications".

After DACA was implemented, Dreamers and other immigrant rights advocates worked to advance similar protections for others: paths to citizenship, driver's licenses, workers' rights.

Devin M. O'Malley, a Justice Department spokesman, said the agency looks forward to defending the administration's position.

There is just no compelling proof that immigration - legal or illegal - "squeezes out native-born workers in any systematic way", Holtz-Eakin said.

Furthermore, said Darrick Hamilton, an economics and urban policy professor at The New School, blacks and Latinos want access to quality jobs, not just jobs at the bottom of the labor market. In a Facebook post, the former president said it's wrong "to target these young people", and called Trump's act "cruel" and "contrary to our spirit, and to common sense". "This is a temporary stopgap measure.Congress needs to act".

For more than a decade, Congress has debated proposed immigration changes, weighed various bills, some with bipartisan backing, and failed to pass new law.

"Once my DACA gets revoked, I'll lose that job", Ramirez said. Sam Stein of the Daily Beast noted that Trump's reference to a "6 month period" was meant to reassure DACA recipients that they won't be deported during that window of time.

Trump nominally left the door open for Congress to fix this problem before March, presumably by passing a broader immigration reform.

The move brought nationwide protests, and the lawsuit. Congress must act on their behalf.

"Let's be clear: the action taken today isn't required legally". Individuals who currently have DACA will be permitted to retain their status until the current expiration date listed on the Employment Authorization Document.

"What they need to do now, and have been unable to do, is take a vote", he said, noting there are numerous pending legislative vehicles from which to work. Fresno's President Joseph Castro tweeted the university's support.