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Let’s Make a Deal: Congress Wants DACA Amnesty, Americans Want E-Verify, RAISE Act

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Trump can’t come away from DACA amnesty empty handed,
needs E-Verify, RAISE Act in exchange.

Congressional Immigration Advocates Take Advantage of Trump’s DACA Waffling

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Legislation may allow DACAs to work for your Congressman.

Trump Administration Love Affair with DACAs Deepens

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DHS Secretary Kelly goes squishy on DACA, wants legalization.

DACAs Sue Wells Fargo for Nixing Their Student Loan Applications

MALDEF, DACAs not satisfied with the good deal illegal immigrants already have.

Trump’s Speech: What he Didn’t Say

The reaction to President Trump’s speech delivered to a joint session of Congress fell along party lines – no surprise. But even among the president’s most fervent supporters, those who eagerly voted for him, disappointment is growing and intensifying over his failure to keep an important campaign promise.
 

DACA Recipients Include Identity Theft Criminals

Immigration enforcement advocates can’t figure out why President Donald Trump is reneging on his campaign pledge to “immediately terminate” deferred action for childhood arrivals.

Some DREAMers Not ‘Good People’

Here’s a good example of how crazy the debate about what to do with the DREAMers is. Listen to this interview that features Jirayut Latthivongskorn, the first confessed illegal immigrant enrolled in the University of California system as a medical school student at UC San Francisco. Latthivongskorn’s family came to the United States on a tourist visa from Thailand, and never went home.

Determined Durbin DREAMing Again

Despite 25 years of defeat, Sen. Dick Durbin proposes to try yet once again to pass DREAM Act-like legislation that would give permanent legal status to 740,000 deferred action beneficiaries (DACAs). Despite his spectacularly bad record, Durbin is determined to try again in the new Congress. As of today, DACAs have temporary permission to live and work in the United States.

Obama Gives Up on Amnesty – or Does He?

Just a few days after Donald Trump’s victory, Justice Department lawyers and lawyers from the 26 states that brought the law suit which challenged DACA and DAPA agreed to defer further litigation on Obama’s amnesty programs to the incoming administration.

As I Was Saying …

On October 12, my CAPS blog post reported that the Supreme Court had declined rehearing the Obama amnesty case, U.S. v. Texas. The 4-4 tie vote frustrated immigration advocacy groups, and the five million illegal aliens who had hoped to get work permission and other affirmative benefits.

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