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

What is the DREAM Act?

What is the DREAM Act?

On September 5, 2017, U.S. Attorney General Sessions announced that as of March 5, 2018, the Trump Administration would formally terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or "DACA" program which President Obama had initiated and the NAACP supported in June of 2012. Speaking to reporters on the way back from Florida, he said tax reform would be revenue-neutral "when you add growth".

Cross says Dreamers don't have a pathway to citizenship that keeps them in the USA and most people don't realize this. He also praised them as "good, educated and accomplished young people who have jobs".

Conservatives maintain granting citizenship to undocumented immigrants amounts to "amnesty" for those who broke the law when they came into the USA, the website noted. We are not optimistic, but we know that lawmakers are skilled at accomplishing much when they are motivated.

Ann Coulter, the prominent conservative author of the book "In Trump We Trust", wrote: "At this point, who DOESN'T want Trump impeached?"

"Sounds like a deal to make a deal - there is no deal now made - and of course there are 535 members of congress that weren't a party to the conversation", Cornyn said.

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Last year, Garcia, who lives in Petaluma with her wife and their child, quickly pursued and was granted permanent residency after she first heard that Donald Trump was running for president.

"I do trust that the President is honest and understanding that the public overwhelmingly supports not sending these young people back", said Pelosi. I would basically call it allowing them to do what they've been doing, which is basically live as Americans. "I'm encouraged that we seem to all be in agreement, and look forward to evaluating policy proposals that fix our broken immigration system and keep Americans safe".

Trump's scrapping of DACA allowed congress an additional six months to deliberate a means to pass legislation to prevent a mass deportation.

CASTRO: (Laughter) Well, we've got about a year to make that decision. This lack of clarity has become emblematic of the way the Trump Administration navigates contentious issues, weaving sometimes contradictory narratives about the President's opinions and motives. President Trump has urged Congress to do something and to do it right, and so they should.

"And so there's real concern about making sure that as we address these young people that are in very unique circumstances that we don't incentivize future illegal activity for parents bringing their young kids here now illegally".

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