Published: Sun, September 17, 2017
World | By Paul Elliott

San Jose Sues Trump, Claiming DACA Rescission Is Harming The City

San Jose Sues Trump, Claiming DACA Rescission Is Harming The City

"I can not believe President Trump would ever agree to such an obvious bad deal", Kobach said. Yet Trump pardoned Arpaio, a convicted criminal, but did not pardon 800,000 law-abiding youths who were trying to live the American dream.

On Wednesday, Trump hinted those rates could rise, saying "if they have to go higher, they'll go higher". "I think I can speak for most dreamers - we need to see something more concrete".

"Not only do a majority, 73 percent, of voters want legislation protecting Dreamers from deportation, a majority want Congress to make that a priority", said Kyle Dropp, Morning Consult's co-founder and chief research officer.

Because, they say, candidate Donald Trump, President-Elect Trump and President Trump stated views about Mexican immigrants that can, at the most charitable, be considered hostile.

Seventy health care organizations urged Congressional leadership on Thursday to take action on a federal program for young immigrants brought illegally to the U.S.as children.

A Social Security number also offered DACA recipients the ability to obtain a driver's license and to open bank and credit card accounts.

Nayda Benitez arrived in the United States when she was 7 years old.

U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis, citing new tweets by Trump praising the so-called "dreamers" protected by the program, told a Justice Department lawyer he might intervene if the government doesn't extend an October 5 deadline for more than 150,000 of the 800,000 beneficiaries to reapply before the program expires.

The lawsuit claims that Trump and Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Elaine Duke, unlawfully targeted individuals for discriminatory treatment based on their national origin. "I think it's always right for the Church to pray for people who are undergoing stress, anxiety, and fear; and that the people experiencing that would encounter the love and comfort that Jesus provides", Jao says.

What kinds of benefits are DACA recipients eligible for?

"Some people, for example, leave because they are looking for educational opportunity", she said. "But a couple weeks ago when the decision was made, I said, look, it would be really important what the president laid out what he would sign and what he wouldn't to create a sort of guidance for a legislative fix", he said. And while the suggestion to push back the deadline was just a suggestion, the paper reports that Garaufis told attorneys he would issue an order to "protect" the immigrants who would be affected by the end of DACA if the deadline remained. DACA recipients end up contributing more than the average, because they are not eligible for any federal means-tested welfare: cash assistance, food stamps, Medicaid, health-care tax credits or anything else, Bier noted in a September 7 column.

"I mean, this was just a straight-up promise all the way through his campaign", King said.

Shouting over the engines of Marine One, Trump said his administration was "renovating. massive sections" of the current barriers along the border, but that "the wall is going to be built (and) it will be funded a little bit later".

McElaney-Johnson said the mood on campus is mixed among DACA students who feel stressed for themselves and their families but who also have "a certain resolve to do everything they can to stand up for their rights". "Let us stay here".

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