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Trump party rejects overarching immigration bill as a ‘nonstarter’
McCain-Coons bill proposed to shield dreamers from deportation, without any indication of $25 million for Trump border wall. #Tucker
The legislature is running to the time to come up with a solution for hundreds of thousands of young migrants living without papers in the United States
In September 2017, the White house officially announced its plan to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. This Obama-era policy blocked off immediate deportation for certain immigrants who were brought into the U.S. illegally as minors.
As on 5. March deadline looms for the so-called Dreamers, President Trump has promised a legal status for both of the IF-receiver and DACA-eligible immigrants – but only if certain requirements are met. Read on for a look at trump’s requirements.
The protesters are demanding an immigration bill addressing the so-called Dreamers, walk you through the Hart Office Building on Capitol Hill.
The Trump government announced the phase-out DACA, which specific protection measures for the approximately 800,000 undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as minors would be.
The White house immigration framework containing a path to legal status, the IF-receiver and hundreds of thousands of others who are eligible for the program. Those who would qualify, can work US citizens in 10 to 12 years of age, so long as they meet certain educational requirements. However, the offer could be repealed by criminal acts, fraud or national security concerns.
Both Democrats and Republicans are eager to reach a deal on IF.
“Perhaps all the other pieces [of the immigration reform debate], it is the support of both parties for a dreamer is,” Daniel Garza, President of the bipartisan Libre Initiative, told Fox News. “The decision was made to get the children to America; they had no decision in the matter. The Americans understand this and have compassion.”
But some Republicans are skeptical of the Trump a soft compromise with Democrats.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), a right-leaning organization, sharply criticized the framework as “audaciously Amnesty granted for 1.8 million illegal aliens.”
“Each definition, the figures said as a massive amnesty vehicle, is not responsible IF the compromise is” FAIR said in a statement.
President Trump wants to beef up border security, with the help of the wall and additional staff
“Border security” can mean different things to different people across the political spectrum. For Trump, the main focus lies on the border wall, but he also pleaded for more resources for the Border Patrol agents.
“Any amount, to DACA, there is no STRONG border security, and the much-needed WALL is a total waste of time,” Trump tweeted on Feb. 5.
Any deal on DACA, there is no STRONG border security, and the much-needed WALL is a total waste of time. 5. March is rapidly approaching and the Dems don’t seem to care, DACA. Make an offer!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 5. February 2018
Trump’s vision for what he have often developed as a “big, beautiful wall”, though. He also said that a wall could not be required, “where you have rivers and mountains and all the protection” of the border.
“The maturity shows in the name of the President,” Garza said, adding, “Maybe he has the Problem, and that is good for America.”
The White house framework calls for a $25 billion “trust fund” for a wall along the country’s southern border.
It also requires additional Department of Homeland Security personnel, immigration officers and other law enforcement agencies, as well as “the prompt removal of illegal border crossers,” prohibition of visa overstays and immigration court reform.
President Trump wants to restrict family reunification or chain migration, as he called it. This is the process in which immigrants are able to sponsor members of the family entry into the USA
Trump has also called for the limitation of family reunification or “chain migration,” as he it. With the White House, framework, immigrants would no longer be able to sponsor their parents, siblings or adult children, the entry into the United States; only spouses and minor children.
CHAIN MIGRATION may not be the rules of the law on immigration.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 15, 2017
New York City terror suspect Akayed Ullah allegedly, migration, wandered through chain. Ullah is accused of setting off a pipe bomb in a corridor of the Times Square subway station in December.
The restriction of legal immigration has a lot of angry Democrats.
“We will reach an agreement, as long as he wants to attack the very underpinnings of legal immigration. My sister is not a distant relative,” Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., said.
The American Immigration Council argued that family-based immigration provides contributions to “the US economy, the local communities and the national fabric are many and varied.”
“Family and skill-based immigration should not be said to be seen as mutually exclusive,” the non-Profit advocacy group. “In fact, if a less family-friendly admission policy adopted, the United States may be less attractive for highly skilled immigrants, who also have a family.”
Those who are currently being processed in the pipeline would still, angering many of the hard-line anti-immigration activists.
Diversity visa program
The Trump administration wants to see an end to the visa lottery aimed at increasing diversity in the United States, the Visa, The immigrant would receive, would be used to clear other residues, according to the White house plan.
At the end of the diversity visa program, or “lottery,” as Trump, it is another of the President, the priorities of calls. He accused the countries with the residents for this program to qualify, simply “set  the people you don’t want to be in a lottery.”
“The abolition of the visa lottery system will take the chance of our immigration system, and help direct immigrant selection in the direction of merit and ability,” the White house said in a fact sheet on the program.
I, as President, want people to come into our country, which will help us strong and great again, people come through a system based on MERIT. No more lotteries! #AMERICA FIRST
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 14, 2018
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @K_Schallhorn.