Carlos Mundo and Dulce Hernandez were once among the 800,000 young undocumented immigrants temporarily shielded from deportation and granted work permits under former President Barack Obama's DACA program. But while DACA recipients are now anxiously waiting to see if Congress passes legislation allowing them to stay permanently in the U.S. or whether they will once again face possible deportation, Mundo and Hernandez are home free.
Jose Eduardo Gil Robles of Minnesota was arrested for driving without a license in September. He came to the United States from Mexico without authorization when he was five years old, but had Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which meant the government considered him to be lawfully present in the country.
Following the Trump Administration's announcement Monday that it is ending a humanitarian program that allowed nearly 200,000 people from El Salvador to live and work legally in the U.S. for nearly two decades, Salvadorans in the Coachella Valley are terrified their loved ones with Temporary Protected Status will be forced to return to the impoverished country with one of the highest homicide rates in the world.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said “it defies both law and common sense” that a “single district court in San Francisco” had halted the administration’s plans to wind down the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program starting in March. More in the article below. https://twitter.com/mariasacchetti/status/953355034615525377
ICYMI: As Congress debates a permanent solution for nearly 700,000 DACA recipients, at least 17 have had their status unexpectedly revoked, according to the ACLU. The risk is higher in the Inland Empire, the ACLU says.
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Selecting a term
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