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Brooklyn judge urges feds to rethink Oct. 5 DACA deadline

17 September 2017, 03:03 | Taylor George

Brian E. Frosh Maryland Attorney General

Brian E. Frosh Maryland Attorney General

The program temporarily shields from deportation some young people brought to the USA illegally as children.

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on September 5 that the government would no longer accept new DACA applications. I think all he heard was that it was one of Obama's best immigration actions as president, so he wanted it torn down. Deportations are not scheduled to begin for six months from that date, a lag meant to let Congress make the final decision of whether or not to keep DACA.

"We agreed to enshrine the protections of DACA into law quickly, and to work out a package of border security, excluding the wall, that's acceptable to both sides", the statement read.

Pelosi says after the dinner she had with the President she trusts he'll do the right thing.

Working with her activist group Together We Will Stand Indivisible, Petaluma, she organized a Defend DACA rally that drew almost 300 attendees on Sunday.

"No one will be harmed by extending this deadline", Garaufis said, "especially the 800,000 people who are sweating about whether someone is going to come knocking on their door and send them back to a country that they don't even know and where they don't speak the language". "We're talking about taking care of people, people that were brought here, people that have done a good job and were not brought here of their own volition, but importantly, what we want, we have to have a wall", he said.

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"I feel a little nervous, I feel a little anxious with them giving us mixed signals", said Giselle Gasca, DACA Recipient. "We'll see how it works", he said on his way to Florida.

At the same time, the complaint states, it is illegal for San Jose to terminate employees due to their nationality or immigration status. And the Immigration Legal Resource Center estimates that removing them will cost business owners across the country $3.4 billion in termination and replacement costs. "If March 5th, they have nothing, then President Trump has said, 'We will look March 5th.' If nothing has happened with Congress, he will look at this again".

And President Donald Trump, who appeared close to a deal with Democratic leaders over DACA, said: "We're not looking at citizenship".

"This action has caused significant fear, uncertainty and impacts among approximately 800,000 Americans who were brought to this country as children and have known no other country than the US", officials said in a statement early Thursday.

"Most of my life", he said, "I've lived with that uncertainty".

"I know the people that were strong Trump supporters, that were on his bandwagon early on", said Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa.



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