Published: Sun, September 17, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Uncertainty continues for DACA recipients in Tucson

Uncertainty continues for DACA recipients in Tucson

"A re-elect in 2020 would be very hard for the President if amnesty goes with DACA and if a wall is not at least under robust construction by then", King said on CNN's "Erin Burnett OutFront", referring to a reported deal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that Democrats signaled Trump made with them Wednesday.

While the emotional toll of expelling young people from the only home they have known cannot be calculated, the economic impact on our country can. Some speak only English. Dreamers have patients, clients, students and employers who count on them. The lawsuits say the Trump administration ended it without proper procedures and that Trump did it because he is biased against Mexicans.

The city has not only had to divert resources toward planning for the potential end of DACA and loss of city workers, but because of the taxes that DACA recipients pay, San Jose is also facing loss of tax revenues, according to the complaint. This editorial board sees this as cruelty, plain and simple.

For some, scrapping the provision that gave immigrants who were brought to America as children an opportunity to live their lives without constant fear of deportation was merely an example of President Donald Trump's march across President Barack Obama's legacy. Tell them to take legislative action immediately to protect these talented young people who contribute to our state's economy every day. In addition, Dreamers are often unable to travel for leisure and must apply for permission to travel for other purposes.

"The Bible has a definite protection for children who were under age 20 when their parents chose immigration to the Promised Land for them (Numbers 14)".

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The judge urged the government to voluntarily lift the deadlines and let the president and Congress resolve the issue through Legislation.

The Development, Relief, Education, for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act could allow recipients of the DACA program to immediately be granted permanent resident (CPR) status. It's legislators from both chambers and both parties who will have to decide the future of these young undocumented immigrants.

The best solution, of course, would be for Congress to pass protections for Dreamers as part of a comprehensive immigration reform package that also addresses border security, reasonable immigration quotas and a path to legalization for the bulk of the 11 million immigrants living in the country without documentation. Unprotected by DACA, Dreamers could now be at even greater risk of deportation because the government has their personal information.

In addition to Trump, Acting Homeland Security Department Secretary Elaine Duke is named as a defendant. While we applaud Obama's decision, it is clear that executive action can not be a permanent solution.

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