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President Trump, is expecting a decision on the fate of Obama’s immigration Executive Order DACA. But what is it?
The Senate is expected to Flake a vote on the bipartisan legislation in the next year, with the fate of hundreds of thousands of young, undocumented immigrants in the United States, according to sen. Jeff.
The Republican from Arizona, said he was convinced that there was a vote on this legislation, in January 2018.
The White house and the lawmakers are still finalizing details of the bill, Flake, told the Associated Press. It is expected to address the border protection and asylum policy and provide an Update for certain young immigrants.
The Trump administration officially announced its plan to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program – which offers a level of Amnesty to certain undocumented immigrants, many of them came to the United States as children – with a six-month delay for current recipients earlier this year.
With the delay, the solution for the protection of young immigrants from deportation punted to the Congress, with only a few months immigration reform legislation to pass.
Continue to read on for a look at how the DACA program works and why the administration is resolved.
What is the DACA program?
The DACA program was formed by executive order of the Ex-President Barack Obama in 2012 and allows certain people, the so-called dreamers who came to the United States illegally be protected as minors from immediate deportation. Recipients are able to request “deferred action” for a period of two years, subject to renewal.
“Deferred action is the use of the state’s attorney is to move the business discretion, remove, take measures against an individual for a certain period of time,” U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services States. “Deferred action is not legal status.”
Individuals were able to request DACA status if they came were under the age of 31 on June 15, 2012, in the USA, before you lived to 16 and continuously in the country since June 15, 2007.
Individuals also had a high school diploma, GED certification, and has an honorable discharge from the military or still in school. Recipient could not have a criminal record.
It has no “legal status.”
How many people are affected by DACA?
Nearly 800,000 undocumented youth in the framework of the program ‘ s roof.
Thousands of people could lose their jobs if the DACA program is canceled completely, according to a study by the left-wing think tank, the Center for American Progress.
Nearly 2,000 leaders under a letter asking Trump signed to protect the dreamers, including eight governors.
“As leaders of communities throughout the country – individuals and institutions that have seen these young people grow up in our communities – we recognize, as you have enriched and strengthened our cities, States, schools, businesses, communities and families.”
“As leaders of communities throughout the country – individuals and institutions that have seen these young people grow up in our communities – we recognize, as you have enriched and strengthened our cities, States, schools, businesses, communities and families,” the letter said.
Why did dismantle the trump administration?
During the presidential campaign, the trump called the DACA as the “illegal Amnesty.” However, he seems to be signaling that he is softening his stance on the program in April, when he told the Associated Press that the IF the receiver could “rest easy”.
However, the government announced its plan to dismantle the program in September.
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke said that while DACA is abolished, for current recipients, “no new submitted initial applications or related applications after today will be traded.”
Republicans and some Democrats against Obama, from the beginning as a perceived spill-over of the Executive.
“The point here is that immigration law is … the President has the authority to, nor did he have the authority to create it out of thin air”, rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, said at the time.
King remained a loyal Republican against the program; he suggested in August that the IF the receiver should authority their parents in the Federal foreigners.
Obama spoke out on social media after the Trump-government announcement, stating that it “defeat yourself … and it is cruel” to the end of the DACA program, and questioned the motives behind the decision.
Prior to the decision, some Republicans of the need for protection measures offered by DACA and urged lawmakers to quickly pass immigration legislation stressed.
Daniel Garza, President of the conservative immigration non-profit Libre Initiative, told Fox News that DACA offers a “reprieve from a life of insecurity for the innocent children that do not break the law.”
“It is rather disappointing to think that they could return to a state of anxiety and fear,” he said.
Congress has repeatedly tried – and failed – to come together on immigration overhaul legislation, and it remains unclear whether the house would be able to pass nothing to the disagreement Problem.
After the announcement, Trump said that people should not worry about the decision.
“For all those (DACA) , are concerned about their status during the 6-month period, you have nothing tweeted to fear,” Trump. “No Action!”
For all those who (DACA) , are concerned about their status during the 6-month period, you have nothing to fear – No action!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 7. September 2017
One thing to check – the decision to end DACA a wrench to throw in a trump suit, the other immigration plans, including the securing of the border wall, Capitol Hill aides, the Washington Examiner said.
Each IF receiver serve in the military?
Despite some rumors on the Internet, on the contrary, the dreamers, the also eligible goods, the service in the U.S. military in 2014, when the Pentagon adopted a policy to allow a certain amount of undocumented immigrants to connect.
In fiscal year 2016, 359 IF the receiver had entered the army – this is the only industry to accept immigrants in this category.
A defense Ministry official said in April that the military would continue to assume that noncitizen recruits, but it is unclear whether this continues to be the case now.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @K_Schallhorn.