Published: Sat, September 16, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Where do local colleges stand on the DACA decision?

Where do local colleges stand on the DACA decision?

Schumer and Pelosi then issued a follow-up statement which contended that an agreement was reached only to cooperate on DACA and border security.

The National Immigration Law Centre said a deal was needed, but "the devil is in the details, and details that hurt other communities won't work". Under DACA, eligible young immigrants can obtain driver's licenses, enroll in college and legally secure jobs.

US President Donald Trump says he and opposition Democrats in Congress are nearing an agreement to shield young, non-legal migrants from deportation.

The reason for this, as one Fox News panel explained on Thursday, is that the president keeps contradicting himself on a regular basis. Ever since his decision to put a time line on the elimination and replacement of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), both sides of the aisle were scratching their heads.

Trump had dinner at the White House Wednesday night with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-New York, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-California. "People want to see that happen", Trump said.

"When you have 500,000 parishioners you're going to have a variety of opinions, but mostly understand the heartbreak of taking a family and tearing it apart", said Archbishop William Lori, with the Baltimore Archdiocese. The push comes as DACA is set to officially end in six months and Congress is tasked with finding a solution in the meantime that'd protect almost 800,000 Dreamers. Trump said there was no deal, despite a statement from Pelosi and Schumer announcing a broad agreement.

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The judge criticized the government's use of "arbitrary deadlines" and said "it would be useful to take some of the pressure off the various people, these good accomplished young people who the president talks about with admiration".

Among them was a woman named Norma, who came to the United States when she was 10 years old. Early response from conservatives indicated their loyalty to Trump did not go so far as to allow them to embrace his immigration pact with the Democrats.

In Winchester Public Schools, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program Coordinator Kim Peterson said she is ready to support these students in whatever way she can, but she doesn't know how best to do that.

Although the Trump administration described the program as unconstitutional, Congress was still provided a six-month window of time to address the issue. "They have been in our country for many years through no fault of their own - brought in by parents at young age". "People's lives can not be left hanging in the balance while members of Congress waste time by engaging in petty partisanship".

Before September 2017, nearly 800,000 were said to be enrolled in the scheme after having arrived illegally in the USA when they were children - some with parents who had legal work visas but who had failed to obtain them for their children, others with families who had been unsuccessful in seeking asylum.

Democrats will be understandably leery of working deals with Trump, whose loyalties shift as his needs do.

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