There are about 80 students at the University of Oklahoma thanks to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The University of IL at Chicago has posted advice on what to do if federal agents show up on campus.
The city has not only had to divert resources toward planning for the potential end of DACA and loss of city workers, but because of the taxes that DACA recipients pay, San Jose is also facing loss of tax revenues, according to the complaint. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), in which the Democratic leaders claimed a deal was made, or almost made, on DACA and border security.
The Associated Press described the fate of 800,000 young immigrants as hanging in the balance Thursday as top lawmakers, White House officials and the president "squabbled over whether an agreement had been struck to protect them - and, if so, exactly what it was". And no American president was ever going to round up people who'd grown up here and deport them to places they knew little or nothing about.
"If (Associated Press) is correct", Iowa Rep. Steve King said when news of the tentative deal first broke, "Trump base is blown up, destroyed, irreparable, and disillusioned beyond fix".
Tony Choi, who was born in South Korea and grew up in Bergen County, said so far news reports are vague and pointed to the past when proposed legislation to help so called Dreamers was not approved.
A host of outlets, from Breitbart to The Washington Post, shared stories based on King's remarks to CNN and his tweets, using his remarks to illustrate the opposition from immigration hardliners to any compromise on DACA or other immigration issues. However, immigrants known as Dreamers with work permits that expire before then can apply to renew them for another two years if they do so before October 5.
Under the phased termination announced by the Trump administration, no new applications will be accepted.
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Mical Alvarado Diaz came to the United States when she was five years old.
The lawsuit is being refiled as a class action against Trump's plan to end DACA, with new plaintiffs being added, including Batalla Vidal's brother and other so-called "dreamers" hoping to remain in the country with the legal ability to work without the fear of deportation hanging over their heads.
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After months and years in limbo, Arias said the intrigue on Wednesday and Thursday seemed like just more of the same. "Everything is up in the air". "King then topped that tweet with his own take, writing, "@RealDonaldTrump If AP is correct, Trump base is blown up, destroyed, irreparable, and disillusioned beyond fix. They were led by Attorney General Ken Paxton in Texas, which has the second-highest number of DACA recipients after California.
The Trump administration is giving Congress six months to come up with a legislative fix before the government stops renewing permits for people who are already covered by the program.
But noting the partisan differences, Jessica Vaughan, policy director for the Center for Immigration Studies, said Thursday, "It's not clear where all this is headed". The schools are vowing to fight back.
He agreed to a schedule for hearing the government's motion to dismiss the case by the end of the year, but told Shumate that in light of Trump's tweets he wanted the Department of Homeland Security to say by September 26 if it will delay the October deadline, giving the plaintiffs time to ask him for an order. They don't have a memory of their home country.