Trump administration to DREAMers: Prepare to self-deport

07 Septembre, 2017, 19:06 | Auteur: Lea Montgomery
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"We would look into it. I'm not sure about the basis, but I'd look to the attorney general for advice". He probably couldn't care less about dismantling DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but his campaign was based on focusing hatred on President Obama, so he's giving his supporters what they want, in his mind - ignoring that his approval numbers are sinking.

In announcing plans to phase out DACA, the Trump administration accused Obama of having overstepped the bounds of his executive power to circumvent the will of Congress.

Schneiderman has announced a lawsuit to defend DACA, joining a coalition of 15 states and Washington that has promised to protect immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children following President Donald Trump's decision to dismantle the program.

President Capilouto sent the following message to the UK community on September 6, 2017.

L'avant-après effrayant de ce village balnéaire après l'ouragan Irma — Saint-Martin
Le ministre de l'Intérieur Gérard Collomb devait donner un point de presse jeudi matin pour donner un nouveau bilan . A Haïti, les habitants de Cap-Haïtien semblaient apprendre l'arrivée de l'ouragan au gré des conversations.

This is their home.

The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Those people can stay in the country until their permits expire.

In nearby Louisiana, more than 4,000 Dreamers live and work, based on U.S. Customs and Immigration Services data. He said he fears the information the immigrants provided the government to participate in DACA could be used against them. "If they can't, I will revisit this issue!"

When the administration revealed the decision to rescind the program Tuesday, senior DHS officials said that their enforcement posture wouldn't change and that they will still prioritize undocumented persons who are criminals, illegal reentrants and people with outstanding orders of removal. "They're working here. They're paying taxes and they're following the law and we put them, if nothing is done, in jeopardy of being deported back to a country they probably don't even remember", Miller said.