Trump says there are no 'mixed signals' with Congress on DACA

07 Septembre, 2017, 09:22 | Auteur: Thibaud Popelin
  • Trump says there are no 'mixed signals' with Congress on DACA

Talking points distributed by the Trump administration on Tuesday urge DACA recipients to "prepare for and arrange their departure from the United States".

Trump said in a tweet that it was up to Congress to pass legislation on DACA, or else he might change his decision.

The DACA program, which allows people brought into the U.S. illegally as children to obtain renewable deportation reprieves, will end in six months, the administration announced Tuesday.

Finally, the attorneys general claim that the Trump administration violated the Regulatory Flexibility Act, which requires the government to publish analyses of proposed rules from federal agencies looking at the impact on small business, small governments and small nonprofits. That, the states argue, violates the due-process clause of the Fifth Amendment.

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Passed in 1924, that regime stayed in force until 1965, when President Lyndon Johnson helped open up the United States to a greater volume of more diverse immigrants.

The Trump administration's anticipated move toward ending DACA received swift backlash, including from Obama himself. "If they can't, I will revisit this issue!" "But we want to welcome the opportunity to embrace a permanent and lasting solution to the needs of this important immigrant population". "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. "Rescinding DACA while that debate occurs is unlawful". With this announcement, the White House shifted responsibility for the future of DACA to Congress, allowing president Trump to take a more hands-off approach to deporting young people and their families.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson, both Democrats, called Trump's action cruel and outrageous, given that the decision was announced by Sessions rather than the president himself. It was filed in federal district court in New York. "If a majority of DREAMers were Caucasian, does anybody really think the president would have taken the action he took yesterday?" "That's the way he started his campaign". "You're supposed to be the older sibling and you don't know how to react", Gomez, 19, said as tears streamed down her face. Marchers rallied at Monument Square before marching passed Paul Ryan's office to the statue of Martin Luther King Jr.