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Trump Administration still reviewing DACA program for immigrant children: Tom Bossert

14 Septembre 2017

White House Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert said that the Trump administration is still reviewing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which grants some protections to young undocumented immigrants. DACA supporters gathered on the University of New Mexico campus Friday, where they asked America to save the program that has allowed 787,000 young people to seek work permits and attend college without being deported.

Both House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and senior Utah Sen.

The kill the initiative the allows children of undocumented immigrants to stay in the country could have massive economic ramifications and many anxious including Riccy Enriquez Perdomo who was just reunited with her family after being detained by ICE.

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In the past couple of weeks, President Trump has threatened to make good on his campaign promises to alter or even end DACA completely. Turning our backs on that investment and ending DACA isn't just morally reprehensible, but it could also cost the country up to 700,000 jobs and $460.3 billion in economic output over the next decade. Zuckerberg spent Thursday night debating people in the comments of his Facebook post, as one does. Those accepted under the policy - known as "DREAMers" - may stay for renewable periods and are eligible for work permits. We need to protect these neighbors, friends and family from those who do not recognize their value to our nation, state and communities. I want our DACA recipients and our TPS recipients to know that we support you. There are kids who know no other country, who were brought here by their parents and don't know another home. Many have lived here as long as. In July, attorneys general from 20 other states wrote a letter to Trump asking him to keep DACA running.

"A final decision on that front has not been made, and when it is, we will certainly inform everybody in this room", Sarah Sanders, the White House Press Secretary, told Fox News.

Trump Administration still reviewing DACA program for immigrant children: Tom Bossert